Joel Edwards

CP Guest Contributor

Why the Church Can Take on Corruption Despite Its Problems

In a recent lecture on human dignity, the Archbishop of Canterbury made it clear that in his opinion the world at large is not waiting with bated breath to hear what the Church has to say about morality. So why should anyone be expected to take Christians seriously when they launch a global campaign about corruption?

A Radical Message to G20 Leaders: A Biblical Idea for a Bad Situation

It may be a radical solution, but it's the truth just the same. The financial fallout surrounding the G20 is an open invitation for a return to some simple wisdom. How is this for an example: "A generous man will himself be blessed, for he shares his food with the poor" (Proverbs 22:9 ). Or how about: "If you help the poor, you are lending to the LORD, and he will repay you!" (Proverbs 19:17)

We Are Letting Down Our Babies, Children and Mums

The phrase "women and children first" is a well-worn one in films, and it is no less significant on issues of extreme world poverty where sadly millions of women and children are dying shocking and unnecessary deaths. Right here, right now. Your neighbors and my neighbors.