Ethics & Social Theology

Appraising The Challenges And Opportunities Arising From Economic And Business Life Today

29 June 2017


  • ABOUT

Societies and church communities across the world continue to face many challenges and opportunities in relation to economic and business life. In this year's study group (which is for one day only) we have the opportunity to assess the moral dimensions of particular aspects of these challenges and opportunities through biblical eyes. The final session of the day comprises the Tyndale Plenary Lecture, with the title: 'Economic Greed and Biblical Ethics'. The day will 'double up' as the termly research seminar for postgraduate students linked with KLICE (Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics) - which is itself linked with EST and Tyndale Fellowship under the Tyndale House umbrella. So, please note that, for this day, papers will be distributed beforehand, and participants will be expected to have read them.


  • 2017 PAPERS

Allen Calhoun ‘Inequality as both Challenge and Opportunity: Exploring Economic Inequality through John Calvin’s Sermons and Commentaries’

Emily HillPursue Better: Marketing and the Commandments of God’

Tim Murray ‘Restricted Generosity in the New Testament and Contemporary Discourse’


For more information contact fellowship@tyndale.cam.ac.uk










  • REGISTRATION

Registration Opens 1 March 2017

Early Bird Discount for bookings placed before 30 April 2017

Online Booking Form



  • DETAILS

Date 29 June 2017

Venue Tyndale House, Cambridge

Cost £60 Study Group only


Accommodation

Wolfson College, Cambridge

(5 minute walk from Tyndale House)

Plenary Lecture

Revd Dr Andy Hartropp

Associate Fellow, Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics

Title "Economic Greed and Biblical Ethics"