Moral and Spiritual Dilemmas in Challenging Times is a new study guide that encourages discussion groups to delve into divisive issues such as nationalism, populism and extremism from a faith perspective. It is published in collaboration with the educational foundation, Cumberland Lodge.
Guest contributors include the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, Senior Rabbi of Masorti Judaism and CCJ President, Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg, and the novelist and speaker, Salley Vickers.
The accessible guide consists of six short chapters and accompanies the new edition of Amy Buller’s groundbreaking 1943 book, Darkness over Germany: A Warning from History, which explores how young people were drawn into National Socialism in the 1930s and draws light on many of the most pressing social issues we face in current times.
The resource may be used by churches during Lent but is designed for use by all faith groups at any time of the year, for example for Holocaust Memorial Day or Remembrance Sunday.
You can download Moral and Spiritual Dilemmas here: Moral and Spiritual Dilemmas in Challenging Times
Image: Darkness over Germany: A warning from history by E. Amy Buller (London: Arcadia Books, 2017)