Bishop's Annual Lectures 2017

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'Overturning the tables of the money lenders'

The Bishop's Annual Lectures (formerly the Shrove Tuesday Lecture) took place on 27/28 February 2017 at Sheffield University and Sheffield Cathedral.  The lectures centred on the theme of debt and money lending.

Resources from the day are available below:

Overturning the tables of the money lenders - the Very Revd Peter Bradley

Monday 27th February 2017 University of Sheffield Octagon Centre

 

A study day led by Andy Walton

Tuesday 28th February 2017 Sheffield Cathedral

A study day was led by Andy Walton the Communications Officer from the Centre for Theology and Community.  Andy has worked as a writer and broadcaster. He is working across CTC’s range of projects on communications in traditional and new media, as well as the Church Credit Champions Network.

The Just Finance Foundation develop and implement the Archbishop of Canterbury’s continuing vision of creating a fairer and more just financial system.  Many of the videos played at the Bishop's Annual Lecture on Tuesday are available on their website: https://justfinancefoundation.org.uk/resources/

Take a look at the videos below -

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Money and the Church

ToYourCredit - What does the bible say about money? Can Christian tradition provide an insight into our att...

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Money, Scripture and Christian Tradition

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Money and the Christian Life

ToYourCredit - What does the bible say about money? How does Christian tradition help us think about money ...

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Money, Debt and Salvation

ToYourCredit - What does the bible say about money? Can Christian tradition provide an insight into our att...

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#TOYOURCREDIT - Just Finance Foundation

Archbishop of Canterbury introduces 'toyourcredit'

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Stories about debt - Just Finance Foundation

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Sir Hector Sants talks about #ToYourCredit - Just Finance Foundation

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