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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: 1

Cover - Blue


From England -
JR 1
INSPIRED JUSTICE
Jonathan Burnside writes about justice in the Old Testament and its practical relevance for today.

From Peru -
JR 2
A LOOK AT THE VICTIMS VICTIMOLOGY AND THE CHALLENGES FACING PRISON CHAPLAINS
José Luis Peréz Guadaloupe applies ideas from victimology to pastoral work among prisoners.

From New Zealand -
JR 3
PAIN, JUSTICE AND THE HOPE OF REDEMPTION

Chris Marshall writes about hope for those who suffer in criminal justice systems.

From England -
JR 4
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE IN THE PRISON SETTING
Andrew Coyle outlines his worldwide experience of imprisonment and his belief in restorative prisons.

From Eire -
JR 5
LAW AND MORALITY
Patrick Hannon considers moral and theological questions about punishment.

From USA -
JR 6
A REFLECTION ON JESUS AND THE GALLOWS
Ronald W. Nikkel writes about capital punishment.

Issue No: 2
Cover - Salmon


From Wales -
JR 7
MINISTRY IN PRISONS: THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION

Copyright Rowan Williams 1994
Rowan Williams writes about prison ministry.

From New Zealand -
JR 8
THE IMPACT OF FAITH ON OFFENDING AND REOFFENDING
Kim Workman writes about the role of spirituality in changing the lives of offenders.

From England -
JR 9
AN END TO PRISONERS
Stephen Pryor offers a fundamental reappraisal of imprisonment

From USA -
JR 9
WHAT I LEARNED FROM FLICKIN' JOE
Jens Soering relates how incidents of violence in prison taught him about Centering Prayer

From England -
JR 11
WHY SHOULD CHRISTIANS BE CONCERNED ABOUT CRIMINAL JUSTICE?
Stuart Dew write on the need for church involvement in penal affairs

From England -
JR 12
CRIME AND MORALITY

John Croft writes about his belief that Judaeo-Christian traditions are threatened by the rise in global and domestic crime.

Issue No: 3
Cover - Green


From New Zealand -
JR 13
PRISON, PRISONERS AND THE BIBLE
Christopher Marshall writes on Biblical themes about imprisonment

From England -
JR 14
THE HOLY SPIRIT AND THE LAW
David McIlroy writes on Biblical ideas about the Law.

From Canada -
JR 15
DON'T FENCE US IN
Naomi Klein writes on how globalisation creates fences.

From England -
JR 16
PRISONERS AND THEIR BELIEFS

Jane Clay writes about ministry in a women's prison

From South Africa -
JR 17
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE AND THE REGULATORY STATE IN SOUTH AFRICAN TOWNSHIPS
Declan Roche writes on establishing peace committees

From England -
JR 18
HEALING THE COMPULSIVE AND PERSISTENT OFFENDER
Peter Sedgwick writes about helping very dangerous people.

From Canada -
JR 19
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE - WORKING TOWARD HEALING, PEACE AND FORGIVENESS
Rod Carter writes on survival as an ex-offender and as a prison chaplain.

From England -
JR 20
REFLECTION ON RETIREMENT - BUT NOT ON RETIRING
Alan Duce writes on the background of the publication.

Issue No: 4
Cover - Yellow


From Hong Kong -
JR 21
RELIGIOUS REHABILITATION - AN ELEMENT OF A HOLISTIC REHABILITATION
Tobias Brandner writes on positive experiences as a prison chaplain.

From England -
JR 22
FROM DOUBT TO ACCEPTANCE - A CATHOLIC PERSPECTIVE ON HUMAN RIGHTS
Cherie Booth puts contemporary views of human rights in historical perspective.

From USA -
JR 23
J USTICE AND PEACE
Nicholas Wolterstorff writes on a theological understanding of justice and peace.

From England -
JR 24
COMMENTS ON BEGGING - GIVE AND ASK NO QUESTIONS
Roy Hattersley and Charles Lamb present attitudes to begging from different centuries.

From Canada -
JR 25
SPIRITUALITY EVALUATION OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
Wayne Northey writes about the background to restorative justice.

From Israel -
JR 26
THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE OF JUSTICE
The Baha'i World Centre presents beliefs about justice.

From England -
JR 27
CHILDREN WHO KILL - HOW CAN WE FORGIVE THEM?
Gwyneth Boswell writes on disturbing problems posed by child murderers.

From Uganda -
JR 28
DEVELOPING A UGANDAN VICTIM-OFFENDER MEDIATION MODEL
Marian Liebmann writes on progress in restorative justice in Uganda.

Issue No: 5
Cover - Pink


From Germany -
JR 29
BIBLICAL THOUGHTS ON PRISONER PASTORAL CARE
Johannes Beutler write on Biblical ideas about imprisonment.

From England -
JR 30
COPING WITH CONFLICT
David Faulkner presents constructive ideas about conflict.

From New Zealand -
JR 31
A THEOLOGY OF REDEMPTION FOR PRISON MINISTRY
Jeremy Witherow writes on bringing hope to prisoners.

From England -
JR 32
THE PHILOSOPHY OF COMPENSATION
John Haldane and Anthony Harvey reflect on compensating victims.

From Scotland -
JR 33
BEYOND RACISM AND SECTARIANISM: IS RELIGION THE PROBLEM OR THE SOLUTION?
Duncan Forrester celebrates difference and diversity.

From England -
JR 34
THE POOR ARE ALWAYS WITH YOU - A SIDEWAYS VIEW OF LONDON
Nicholas Holtam reflects on homelessness and poverty.

From Ireland -
JR 35
TRUST AND TERROR
Onora O'Neill writes on rights and democracy.

From England -
JR 36
THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION ON CONDUCT
Francis Bridger writes on professional conduct in today's social climate.

Issue No: 6

Cover - Purple


From South Africa -
JR 37
RESTORING JUSTICE
Desmond Tutu writes about Restorative Justice, Truth and Reconciliation.

From England -
JR 38
CHRISTIAN APPROACHES TO PEOPLE OF OTHER FAITHS
Helen Reid writes about the choice between dialogue and evangelism.

From Austria -
JR 39
THE PRISON PASTORATE
Karl Rahner delivers a meditation to prison chaplains.

From England -
JR 40
EVIL IN THE VIRTUAL EDEN
Elena Curtis of The Lucy Faithfull Foundation writes about her faith in the light of her husband's involvement with child pornography.

From Canada and England -
JR 41
OUR COMMON DESTINY - UBIQUITOUS RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE
Elaine MacInnes and Sandy Chubb write about helping prisoners benefit from meditation.

From England -
JR 42
JUSTIFYING STRANGERS
David Goodhart challenges attitudes to diversity and the welfare state.

From New Zealand -
JR 43
CRIME, CRUCIFIXION AND THE FORGOTTEN ART OF LAMENT
Christopher Marshall comments on the neglected contemporary dimension of God-directed complaint.

From Eire -
JR 44
ARE PRISONERS ENEMIES OR CITIZENS?
Vivian Stern discusses the responsibilities of church, state and society.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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