I recently wrote an ebook for the William Temple Foundation about Ethical Consumerism. You can order it here. To help you to render your bank statement ever more glorious as a report card for your ethical consuming, I’ve embedded links below to some useful resources. Please alert me to any broken links or suggested additions – I’ll try to keep adding to it. Read More
As I mentioned on Radio 4 last week (starts at 38 minutes), I was highly delighted with the Archbishop of Canterbury’s embarrassment over the revelation that the Church Commissioners have inadvertently invested in Wonga. Adam Smith reckoned that the origin of morality was that we feel held in the gaze of the other. It is the risk of embarrassment – or that good old-fashioned word, shame – that keeps us on the straight and narrow. Read More
Sermon for Maundy Thursday, Christ Church Chelsea, 28 March 2013
Earlier today, the Royal Maundy took place, in Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford. I thought I might tell you a bit about the Royal Maundy, as a way of framing the themes of Maundy Thursday.