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Crucible

Crucible: the Christian journal of social ethics


Issues held and contents.


 

October - December 2013
July - September
2013
April - June
2013
January - March
2013

October - December 2012
April - June
2012
January - March
2012

October - December 2011
April - June
2011
January - March
2011

October - December 2010
July - September
2010
January – March 2010

 

October - December 2013. The NHS in public debate: a healthy future?
Swift, Chris, 'Editorial: understanding the resilience of an established health service', pp. 3-6
Filby, Eliza, '"Practical sacrament": the Church of England and the National Health Service, 1942-1990', pp. 7-15
McSherry, Wilfred, Carole Birch and Helen Ashwood, 'The report of the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust public inquiry: putting patients at the heart of care', pp. 17-26
Cobb, Mark, 'Dying with care', pp. 27-34
Fisher, Sheila, 'Health, wellbeing and the NHS: challenges and opportunities in changing times', pp. 35-41

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July - September 2013. Sexuality, otherness and power
Cornwall, Susannah, 'Editorial: Sexuality, otherness and power', pp. 3-6
Nixon, David, 'A secret agent on a secret mission: sexualities, religion and school', pp. 7-15
Beardsley, Christina, 'Nudging towards serendipity: the Church of England and transsexual people', pp. 17-24
Gibson, Tim, 'Dealing with issues: how does the Church of England live with its teaching about homosexuality?', pp. 25-32
Crisp, Beth, 'Can the Church be good news for survivors of sexual abuse?', pp. 33-40

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April - June 2013. Blurred to entangled: subverting boundaries in pastoral encounters
Reader, John, 'Editorial: from blurred to entangled', pp. 3-5
Gaynor, Chris, 'Blurred encounters on a new estate', pp. 7-12
Loenardi, Jeff, 'Close encounters of a spiritual kind', pp. 13-17
Boon, Linda, 'Chaplaincy responses to stillbirth within a hospital setting: an ordinand reflects', pp19-31
Shannahan, Chris, 'Blurring the boundaries: social exclusion and spirituality on an urban estate', pp. 33-42

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January - March 2013
Platten, Stephen, 'Editorial: theology and ethics', pp. 3-8
Hughes, Gerry, 'Aristotle for our times', pp. 9-15
Rowlands, Anna, 'Epiphanies of the human: visions of the divine - ethics as moral theology', pp. 17-24
Oliver, Simon, 'Gift and Eucharist: the ethics of exchange', pp. 25-33
Butler, Tom, 'Social ethics and the World Council of Churches', pp. 35-41

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October - December 2012
Whipp, Margaret, 'Editorial: healthcare ethics', pp. 3-5
Collicutt, Joanna, 'Some ethical issues in dementia care: re-membering the person', pp. 7-17
Carter, Edward J., 'Intersex and human relationship: the biblical theme of the "next generatioN"', pp. 19-26
Woodward, James, 'How do we befriend death? Reflections on assisted dying', pp. 27-35
Rayner, Mike, 'Theology and public health', pp. 37-43
Holley, Paul, 'Global health and Christian mission: dilemmas in governance and agency', pp. 45-52
Sentamu, John, 'The future of healthcare', pp. 53-58
Brown, Malcolm, 'Obituary: the Revd Christopher Jones', p. 59

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April - June 2012
Brown, Malcolm, 'Editorial: constitutions and identities', pp. 3-6
Chapman, Richard, 'Bishops on the benches: a Church of England perspective on House of Lords reform', pp. 7-14
Jones, Christopher, 'Do we need a UK Bill of Rights?', pp. 15-21
Aitken, Ewan, 'The battle for Britain: Scotland's role in creating a disunited kingdom?', pp. 23-29
Blond, Philip, 'The case for an established church', pp. 31-34

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January - March 2012
Atherton, John and Margaret Whipp, 'Editorial: harvesting time?', pp. 3-5
Brown, Malcolm, 'Reading the runes: corrective influences in social theology, then and now', pp. 7-14
Whipp, Margaret, 'From the pill to the posthuman: five decades of Christian medical ethics', pp. 15-23
Sedgwick, Peter, 'Public theology in Britain, 1960-2010', pp. 25-32
Gladwin, John, 'The Church of England and same-sex relationships in the last 50 years', pp. 33-39

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October - December 2011
Brown, Malcolm, 'Editorial: chaplains and the mission of the church', pp. 3-6
Todd, Andrew, 'Chaplaincy leading church in(to) the public square', pp. 7-15
Hayler, Peter, 'Doing a new thing: chaplaincy as entrepreneurship', pp. 17-24
Davies, Siriol, 'The everyday multi-faith complexities of a chaplain's life', pp. 25-31
Threlfall-Holmes, Miranda and Mark Newitt, 'Chaplaincy and the parish', pp. 33-40

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April - June 2011
Todd, Andrew, 'Religion, chaplains, prisons and justice', pp. 3-6
Tilt, Dawn, 'Prison chaplains working with staff in the face of death', pp. 7-16
Lane, Ros, 'Imprisoned grief: a chaplaincy approach for supporting male prisoners', pp. 17-29
Kavanagh, Mike, Liz Bird and Lynette Emmanuel, 'Believing in change: the contribution of faith to desistance', pp. 31-41
Newell, Tim, 'A restorative approach to criminal justice', pp. 43-51

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January - March 2011
Brown, Malcolm, 'Editorial: Work: a spiritual activity', pp. 3-5
Hughes, John, 'Work, prayer and leisure in the Christian tradition', pp. 7-15
Reed, Esther D., 'Lost vocations', pp. 17-24
Fletcher, Christine, 'Restoring the sense of divine vocation to work', pp. 25-32
Poole, Eve, 'Management as a sacred trust', pp. 33-40
Weir, Stuart, 'Unwitting workers of grace', pp. 41-48

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October - December 2010
Sedgwick, Peter, 'Editorial: Edinburgh 2010', pp. 3-5
Cornick, David, 'Retrospect on an ecumenical century', pp. 7-15
Doe, Michael, 'The evangelisation of the world in this generation', pp. 17-24
Price, Janice, 'From Edinburgh 1910 to 2010: a revolution in social vision', pp. 25-32
Ward, Kevin, 'Ecumenical social ethics, the globalisation of Christianity, and the legacy of Edinburgh 1910', pp. 33-41

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July - September 2010
Burridge, Sue, 'Childhood: public and private concerns', pp. 3-5
Francis, Leslie J., 'Spiritual health and religious formation: the adolescent experience', pp. 7-14
Dorrell, Fleur, 'It's the adults who are the problem: children and their spirituality', pp. 15-20
Priddis, Anthony, 'Child protection', pp. 21-25
Ashcroft, John, 'Integrated growth: is what's right for business also right for children's well-being?', pp. 27-35
Ashdown, James, 'Community action and faith-based community work', pp. 37-44

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January – March 2010
Jones, Christopher, 'A crime against humanity?', pp. 3-7
Lyon, Juliet and Kimmett Edgar, 'A just response to vulnerable offenders', pp. 9-16
Pilkington, John, 'English life and leisure 60 years ago', pp. 17-20
Reader, John, 'So what is plan B for the UK economy?', pp. 21-26
Atherton, John, 'After the crash: ethical and religious strategies for reconstruction', pp. 27-41

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