Posted: July 2017
With reported splits in the Cabinet as to whether we should have a hard, soft or 'medium boiled' Brexit, the Joint Public Issues Team's resource, 'Conversation Welcome' might be helpful. It has been developed to help discussions on the topic and JPIT say, "... we recognised that as Christians we are called to think about our shared society in relation to the messages in the Gospel. Conversation Welcome was designed to ask churches and church communities to think about some of the issues that were stirred up during the campaigning around Brexit — how we share our resources, what we leave to future generations, how we treat the stranger — from a biblical perspective, and then to share them in a thoughtful and safe space."
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