Michael Schluter si Triplul Test

Michael Schluter

Michael Schluter, un economist britanic ce a fost implicat cu Banca Mondială, în calitate de consultant, este fondator at Jubilee Centre din Cambridge, UK, un centru creştin dedicat reformelor sociale. Iată ce spune Chris Wright, Director internaţional al Langham Partnership:

The Jubilee Centre is in the bridge building business, seeking to connect the world of the Bible with the world of contemporary society.
Biblical scholars often fail to connect with the modern world. Social reformers often fail to take the Bible seriously.
The Jubilee Centre has a fine track record in avoiding both dangers.

Schluter este, de asemenea, autorul cărţii The R Factor, scrisă împreună cu David Lee. Iată o scurtă prezentare a cărţii de pe site-ul Amazon:

This introduction to relational thought argues that personal and corporate relationships need to be restored socially, politically and economically. The authors claim that the spiral of loneliness, violence and environmental damage in our society can be brought under control. They also argue that real quality of life can be restored, and that a relationship-centred economy is viable.

Conceptul fundamental creştin şi trinitarian al centralităţii relaţiilor în societate, a dat naştere, în 1994 organizaţiei The Relationships Foundation.

Aceasta a lansat la 17 noiembrie 2008 conceptul The Triple Test, care solicită ca toate politicile publice propuse de guvern să fie supuse unui test întreit: economic, ecologic şi social.

Recent, fundaţia lui Schluter a publicat un foarte interesant raport pe această temă. Îl puteţi descărca şi citi AICI, în format PDF

Author: DanutM

Anglican theologian. Former Director for Faith and Development Middle East and Eastern Europe Region of World Vision International

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