Carbon Trading – Unethical, Unjust and Ineffective? by Cameron Hepburn was presented at the “Green Markets, Sustainable Business” conference on Thursday 2nd March 2017, at One Great George Street, London.
(This is a transcript from a speech given at Exeter University) Doing God’s business: The morality of the market: a Christian view of the market economy, government and social justice Introduction: The moral challenge of the market Thank you very much indeed for the invitation to lecture this morning on a Christian view on the […]
Who is the Good Samaritan today? The parable of the Good Samaritan is one of the most popular, well-known and compelling stories Jesus ever told. Rather than teaching in an academic and rather dry way by making general statements, Jesus taught people by telling stories which caught their imagination. Invariably the stories were simple, direct […]
An historical and theological perspective of the way evangelical Christians respond to poverty. This piece is being written by the Director, Revd Dr Richard Turnbull, as a chapter in a book to be published in the USA by the Institute for Faith, Work and Economics in McLean, Virginia, USA. Please find the paper here.
What are the issues with Starbucks and tax? Dr Richard Turnbull has undertaken a detailed analysis of Starbucks’ accounts and published statements. His paper is available here.
The first in our series of “Conversations in Theology” was held on 15 May 2013 in London. A paper was delivered by our Associate Christopher Hays, to a gathering of around 20 invited guests, interested in the topic “Wealth Ethics in the New Testament”. Please find a copy of the paper here.
The Revd Dr Richard Turnbull presented a paper at the Entrepreneurial Leaders’ Conference in Vancouver in November 2012 on the topic : Can I be ethical and make money at the same time? A video of this presentation is now available on the ELO website. Please find Richard Turnbull’s paper here.