The Revd Dr James WaltersThe Revd Dr James Walters is Chaplain to the London School of Economics where he is a member of the advisory board to the LSE Programme for the Study of Religion and Non-Religion. Before taking up his post at the LSE, James was a parish priest in North London and prior to ordination he worked for a Member of Parliament.
He has a doctorate from Cambridge University in systematic theology and philosophy of religion and he is the author of Baudrillard and Theology (Continuum 2012). He writes and teaches in the areas of theology, philosophy, politics and economics.
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Christian thinking about money is usually held back by unhelpful underlying assumptions about what money is. More »
Posted: 30 Aug 2016
Austerity is linked to ancient themes of purification, atonement and sacrifice which, even in our more secular society, may continue to hold much power. More »
Posted: 5 Mar 2013 - 2 comments