Skip to site content

Author Jonathan Langley

Jonathan Langley is Head of Creative Content at BMS World Mission and editor of Missions Catalyst magazine.

“Socialism is a lovely idea, but it is a little naïve about human nature.” That’s a line you’ll hear repeated and reworded in classrooms, churches and cyberspace, whenever “the ideal society” and the inevitably flawed humans who would inhabit it are contemplated. Of course, the people using the line are very often the same ones […] Read More

The Make Poverty History campaign sees the effectiveness of aid as being hampered by crippling debt repayments as well as unfair trade rules. The Make Poverty History campaign sees the effectiveness of aid as being hampered by crippling debt repayments as well as unfair trade rules. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office” />   […] Read More

Last week Baptists from some of the poorest countries in the world met with those from some of the richest to celebrate their unity and affirm their common cause and identity at the Baptist World Alliance Centenary Congress in Birmingham, England. Earlier, the Make Poverty History campaign staged a demonstration that was in many ways […] Read More

If you believe the newspapers and popular media reports, there are only two faces of the campaign to get G8 leaders to make serious decisions about debt relief and aid: anarchist thugs and pop music consumers. But Baptists in the United Kingdom have been taking part as well. Reports and photographs on the front pages […] Read More