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Peter Heslam


peter@faith-in-business.org-24

Peter S Heslam became Director of Faith in Business in 2018. He also directs Transforming Business, which focuses on the interface of business, faith and development. Although largely overlooked, he believes greater understanding of this interface will help deliver practical change that increases human and environmental well-being. He has a broad academic background that includes various positions at Oxford and Cambridge. In directing an international research project on Christian entrepreneurs, he has interviewed scores of business leaders around the world. He convenes the Oxford and Cambridge Symposium on Enterprise, Ethics and Development (SEED).

Articles written by Peter are listed below:
 
Edited by Peter S. Heslam (Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, 2020).
A tiny virus has proved able to bring the global economy almost to a standstill.
Every day of this crisis sees more companies go bust, and those that survive fighting to keep their heads above water.
Paul‘s epistles were written, in the main, from and to situations of lockdown. For this reason, they take on new resonance in the midst of our current pandemic.
The Salvation Army Food Bank crisis we highlighted recently on LinkedIn underlines the relevance of the story of manna in the wilderness (Exodus 16).
In this article, Peter Heslam introduces the notion of ‘work as worship’. This is the theme of the Faith in Business Leadership Retreat, which will take place from 5 to 7 April 2019, at Westminster College Cambridge.
Originally, a gig was a spear for catching fish. Then it was a boat, then a horse-drawn carriage, then a punishment, and then a rock concert, then a unit of digital information.
This reflection was originally written for the SALT Business Network (Christian Aid).
The worldwide artificial intelligence (AI) revolution is on its way. Once the preserve of science fiction, its impact is likely to be so radical and pervasive it amounts to a new industrial revolution.
A special themed issue of the Journal of Markets and Morality, 16.1 (400 pages).
by Peter S. Heslam (Cambridge: Grove, 2010).
Edited by Peter S. Heslam (London: SPCK, 2004).
by Peter S. Heslam (Cambridge: Grove, 2003).
 
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