Author Archives: Jonathan Clatworthy

Climate Strike and spiritual values

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Why do we make each other so ill by polluting the air?

How we learned to accept poor air quality Continue reading

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Fake news, democracy and the real world

How fake news undermines democracy and the common good Continue reading

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Can evangelicals evangelise?

On liberal evangelism Continue reading

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Would you fancy crossing the Channel in one of those boats?

Moral values and our attitudes to migrants Continue reading

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The meaning of the Magnificat

The Magnificat as Luke’s Christian programme Continue reading

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70 years on, do we still believe in human rights?

On what we mean by human rights Continue reading

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Why worship?

A short while ago I was asked to explain the point of worship to my local Philosophy in Pubs group, many of whom are atheists and don’t see the point. Reflecting on it made me realise why I’m uncomfortable with … Continue reading

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Rees-Mogg, Habakkuk and their values

Britain has been the laughing-stock of Europe for a couple of years, but I write this at a time when it seems in complete disarray, with government ministers campaigning like fury against each other. The presenting issue is Brexit, but … Continue reading

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Raising the retirement age is completely unnecessary

Today is the day the state pension age for women rises to 65, the same as for men. From now on the Government intends to raise the age for both men and women together: to 66 in 2020, 67 in … Continue reading

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