With the election behind us, the normal cycle of Ethics in Brief resumes with two challenging new pieces:
In ‘The Curious Case of the Kind Evangelicals’, Philip Sampson explains how evangelicals were once staunch opponents of cruelty to animals and wonders why they aren’t today.
In ‘The Rise and Demise of Thomas Cook Travel - a Case Study of the Relevance of a Christian Approach to Business’, Andrew Basden analyses what went wrong with an originally Christian company.
Colin Bell offers ‘first thoughts’ on Laudato Si’, Pope Francis’s remarkable encyclical letter on the ecological crisis, on the Sustainability in Crisis blog. In the next KLICE Comment, Colin will offer a fuller analysis of Laudato Si’.
The next ‘KLICE News’ will appear in early September.