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Lies, damned lies, and the gathering of data

Lies, damned lies, and the gathering of data

We should be wary of an overemphasis on statistics at the expense of faithfulness to the gospel, writes Edward Dowler

There is no divine right of managers

Business should be learning from the Church rather than the other way round, argues Justin Lewis-Anthony

Loss of faith in a world of competencies

The Green report sets out from the wrong place, argues Keith Lamdin

Raising up the old Adam in us all

Raising up the old Adam in us all

Adam is neglected at the Nativity, but he has a universal significance, says Rod Garner

Are these the leaders that we really want?

Are these the leaders that we really want?

Martyn Percy voices his concerns about the Green report, which proposes a radical reform of training for senior church posts

By their fruits ye shall know them

By their fruits ye shall know them

Our attitude to the needy reveals our true values, writes Tim Thornton in a new report

Siblings divided by a common language

Siblings divided by a common language

Christianity and humanism should be singing from the same hymn-sheet, argue Nick Spencer and Angus Ritchie

Learning to give and to receive

Learning to give and to receive

The Church can offer a witness alongside hard-pressed families, writes Kate Sainsbury

South Sudan: telling it how it is

South Sudan: telling it how it is

It's time to launch a pre-emptive strike against further tragedy, writes Rowan Williams

This is what implicit bias looks like

This is what implicit bias looks like

A liberal, tolerant exterior can - and almost certainly does - hide a deeply biased interior, warns Kate Kirkpatrick

Fighting inequality and corruption in the world

Fighting inequality and corruption in the world

Efforts are being made to combat corruption and sharp practice in global finance. Peter Selby has seen this at first hand

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I was there when the tsunami struck

I was there when the tsunami struck

Ten years ago, Maxwell Hutchinson and his wife were on holiday in Sri Lanka when it was torn apart by the tsunami. He tells how they survived  Subscribe to read more

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There is no divine right of managers

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Sat 20 Dec 14 @ 17:32
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