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|The Digital and the Environmental: Disinhibition, Disincarnation, and Deceleration|
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Date: Tue, 19 Jul 2022 at 11:14
Subject: William Temple Foundation Summer Newsletter
Dear William Temple Subscriber
Welcome to our Summer Newsletter containing some of our activities over the past quarter. We at the William Temple Foundation wish you a very happy summer and holiday season.
If you missed our latest series of podcasts, the Staying with the Trouble 3.0 podcast series features key voices, experiences and projects tackling the current cost of living crisis in Leeds.
We at the William Temple Foundation have produced a promotional video featuring an interview with Bishop James Jones and inspiring video photography of the city of Leeds.
Staying with the Trouble 3.0 – Promotional Video
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Staying with the Trouble – Podcast Series 3.0
The William Temple Foundation, in partnership with the Leeds Church Institute, is delighted to launch the latest series in our ground-breaking podcast series ‘Staying with the Trouble 3.0‘. In six interviews, Bishop Jones traces the impact of the current cost of living crisis on the lives of ordinary citizens, and the relationships and practices of solidarity, care, compassion and justice that emerge to provide resilience and hope to so many facing hardship and despair.
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The Legacy of Daniels Ekarte: Implications for the Urban & Public Mission of African Churches in the UK
Israel Olofinjana examines the urban ministry and leadership of Daniels Ekarte in Liverpool and draws out its implications for the urban ministry praxis of African Churches in Britain, especially as it relates to Britishness, migration, and multiculturalism.
The Digital and the Environmental: Disinhibition, Disincarnation, and Deceleration
John Reader explores the ways in which concern for the environment is mediated by digital technology, focusing on three key terms: disinhibition; disincarnation; and deceleration. As humans both shape and are shaped by the natural, we share a responsibility to discern the ways in which the dynamic assemblages of nature and digital technology can be use in a way that is life-enhancing and beneficial.
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80th Anniversary Conference of William Temple’s Christianity and Social Order – Video Recordings
The 80th Anniversary Conference of Christianity and Social Order examined the historical and continuing significance of William Temple’s 1942 Christianity and Social Order on the 80th anniversary of its publication. This short work was a key text in the development of the welfare state and Christian social ethics. The conference will seek to examine a series of new themes and issues in relation to Temple’s influential 1942 work and explore its lasting influence. Papers explored the history and context of the work and new critical themes, such as gender, environment, race and public policy today. This event was jointly organised by the Centre for Anglican History & Theology, University of Kent, and the William Temple Foundation.
For up-to-date debate on key issues in religion and society, keep an eye on our blog. Recent highlights include:
Reflections on the 80th Anniversary Conference of Christianity and the Social Order (Part One)
Reflections on the 80th Anniversary Conference of Christianity and the Social Order (Part Two)
Curating Spaces of Hope: Intra-Communities Dialogue and Local Leadership in Post-Pandemic Society (Part One)
Curating Spaces of Hope: Intra-Communities Dialogue and Post-Pandemic Society (Part Two)
Curating Spaces of Hope: Coproducing Local Leadership for a Post-Pandemic Society (Part Three)
A Spiritual and Political Voice: On the 80th Anniversary of the Enthronement of William Temple
Jeremy Carrette and Cressida Williams
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