Samuel Wells is the vicar of St. Martin-in-the-Fields in London and author of Learning to Dream Again.
The New Testament offers two compelling models for our relationship with money. When translated into a vision for a whole society, each is flawed.
The collar says something to parishioner and stranger alike: while this doesn’t have to be the most important conversation of your life, it can be.
"Let it all out," I said. What came out was this: "I hate that man for having what I don't have. Why can't I smile with that kind of joy?"
The debate about Scottish independence fits neatly into the categories the academic discipline of ethics likes to produce.
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