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The Trustees and Editor of Justice Reflections accept no liability for the material contained within any paper.
The papers may not necessarily meet the standards
of any of the three world organizations supporting
Justice Reflections.

The inclusion of any paper in Justice Reflections
should not be construed as an endorsement
of views expressed within them.

Issue No: 7

Cover - Blue


From England -
JR 45
THE CHURCH AND THE PRISON
Tim Gorringe writes about theological links between Church and Prison.

From South Africa -
JR 46
'UBUNTU' IN THE CONTEMPORARY SOUTH AFRICAN CONTEXT
Luke Pato offers impressions as he returns to South Africa.

From England -
JR 47
THE ATONEMENT AND 'THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST'
Michael Bourke, Vic Thiessen and Jonathan Gorsky write about the Atonement and its relevance to the recent controversial film 'The Passion of The Christ'.

From Belgium -
JR 48
CHRISTIANITY'S CONTRIBUTION TO JUSTICE IN EUROPE
Louis Dupré considers the place of Christianity in the development of European society.

From England and the USA -
JR 49
OBSERVING PRISON CONVERSIONS
Emma Brockes, Jonathan Aitken and Ron Nikkel offer impressions about prison conversions.

From Canada -
JR 50
CHRISTIANITY: THE REDISCOVERY OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
Pierre Allard and Wayne Northey review recent trends in Restorative Justice.

From England -
JR 51
A NOTE ON TOLERANCE
John Croft reflects on the long history of the place of tolerance

From Serbia -
JR 52
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE TRAINING IN SERBIA
Marian Liebmann writes about her recent work in the Balkans.

Issue No: 8
Cover - Salmon


From England
JR 53
RESTORING BROKEN WALLS
Philip Ireson offers a prison ministry exposition of Isaiah 61.

From Nigeria
JR 54
THE QUEST FOR DIGNITY
Wole Soyinka, having experienced imprisonment, writes on the universal importance of human dignity.

From England
JR 55
THE USE OF IMPRISONMENT - AN INTRODUCTION
Sean McConville reflects on aspects of the contemporary debate about punishment.

From England
JR 56
MY CHAINS FELL OFF
Tim Macquiban writes about imprisonment and release in the writings of the Wesleys.

From the USA
JR 57
WHY ARE WE SO PUNITIVE?
Randell G. Shelden shares observations on recent incarceration trends

From England
JR 58
THE CRISIS OF TRUTH TELLING IN OUR SOCIETY
Timothy Radcliffe writes about a contemporary spirituality of truth that is deeply theological and ethical.

From England
JR 59
JUSTICE THAT RESTORES
David Ramsbotham writes about challenges in a prison ministry.

From England
JR 60
PUNISHMENT AND RETRIBUTION
Charles Moule outlines their scope in New Testament thought.

Issue No: 9
Cover - Green


From Australia
JR 61
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CHRISTIANITY IN 'REFORMING' PRISONERS
Arthur Bolkas reflects on religious experiences of prisoners and ex-prisoners.

From England
JR 62
CHAPLAINS AND THE PAROCHIAL MINISTRY
Giles Legood writes about the relationship between place and pastoral care.

From Canada
JR 63
BIBLICAL PERSPECTIVES ON PRISON
August Konkel comments on uses of the word 'prison' in Scripture.

From England
JR 64
PRISONERS AND THE EARTH
Edward Echlin writes about holistic healing associated with prisoners.

From South Africa
JR 65
GOING WITH THE FLOW - MANAGING THE CHALLENGE OF MIGRATION
Mamphela Ramphele brings fresh air to the complexities of worldwide migration.

From England
JR 66
ASYLUM: A BRIEFING PAPER
A General Synod Paper discusses asylum from a worldwide Christian viewpoint.

From Canada
JR 67
THE EXILIC MISSION: BRAVE DEFIANCE, RESPECTFUL ENGAGEMENT AND ALTERNATIVE PRACTICES
Jean Stairs comments on the relevance of Exilic theology to contemporary relationships.

From England
JR 68
THE CHRISTIAN PRIEST TODAY
Rowan Williams reflects on ordained Christian ministry.

Issue No: 10
Cover - Yellow


From New Zealand
JR 69
SATISFYING JUSTICE
Christopher Marshall reflects on victims, justice and the grain of the universe.

From the USA
JR 70
VIOLENCE AS A 'THEOLOGICAL' PROBLEM
Ted Grimsrud puts theological views of violence in their historical context.

From England
JR 71
THE HUMANITARTIAN THEORY OF PUNISHMENT
C. S. Lewis presents his classic views on retribution.

From Australia
JR 72
COMMENTS ON 'THE HUMANITARIAN THEORY OF PUNISHMENT' WRITTEN BY C. S. LEWIS
Stuart Barton Babbage writes on his close connection with
C. S. Lewis.

From the USA
JR 73
TRACKING GLOBAL CHRISTIANITY'S STATISTICAL CENTRE OF GRAVITY AD 33 - AD 2100
Todd M. Johnson and Sun Young Chung assess the implications of the south-eastern trajectory of Christianity for theology, translation and mission.

From England
JR 74
ON BEING A PRISONER IN THE UK IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Andrew Coyle argues that prisoners are citizens whose potential for contributing to society should be developed to the full.

From the USA and England
JR 75
I'M A WITNESS, PURE AND SIMPLE
Mian Ridge and Cherie Blair comment on Helen Prejan's campaign to save the innocent from execution.

From England
JR 76
A ROOM WITH A VIEW - THE ASPIRATION OF A PARISH CHURCH
Nicholas Holtam writes about justice and social concerns in his London parish.

Issue No: 11
Cover - Pink

From England
JR 77
JUSTICE AND MERCY
Catholic Bishops present a Christian Approach to Punishment and Prison.

From England
JR 78
MUSLIMS IN BRITISH PRISONS
Basia Spalek comments on the rehabilitation of Muslim prisoners.

From Italy
JR 79
RED REPENTANCE
Gregory Jordan tells a remarkable story about forgiveness of terrorists.

From England
JR 80
AN EVALUATION OF THE SYCAMORE TREE PROGRAMME
Sheffield Hallam University reports on a victim awareness programme in prisons.

From the USA
JR 81
THE POLITICS OF FORGIVENESS
Norman Kraus writes about forgiveness as a dialectical necessity for achieving justice.

From England
JR 82
EVERYWHERE IN CHAINS
Daniel O'Leary writes about finding hope in dark times.

From Canada
JR 83
BUILDING TRANSFORMATIVE JUSTICE ON A FOUNDATION OF DEMOCRACY, CARING AND MUTUAL RESPONSIBILITY
Kay Pranis reflects on justice in the current situation in North America.

From England
JR 84
LIFELINE THAT FAILED A VICTIM OF THE SYSTEM

Nick Davies considers agonies associated with suicide in prison.

Issue No: 12
Cover - Purple


From England
JR 85
THE INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY

Catholic Bishops present further Christian approaches to punishment and prison.

From The Philippines
JR 86
THE DEATH PENALTY IS JUSTICE THAT KILLS - NOT JUSTICE THAT HEALS

Rodolfo Diamente writes about his connections with the death penalty in Asia.

From The USA
JR 87
CHRISTIANITY AND CRIMINAL PUNISHMENT

Jeffrie Murphy writes about religious beliefs and views on punishment.

From Peru
JR 88
WE ARE NOT ALONE IN SUFFERING

José Luis Peréz Guadaloupe addresses common anxieties felt by prison chaplains.

From The USA
JR 89
PUNISHMENT, SOCIAL AND LATE MODERNITY

David Garland questions contemporary responses to risk, insecurity and individualism.

From England
JR 90
WINSTON CHURCHILL'S SPEECH 1910

Winston Churchill delivers a famous speech to the House of Commons on penal policy.

From England
JR 91
WHERE NEXT PENAL POLICY?

Charles Clarke outlines his contemporary priorities on penal policy.

From England
JR 92
UP TO A POINT

John Croft compares the speeches of Churchill and Clarke and puts them in an historical perspective.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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