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Dr Michael Schluter CBE (c) Relational Research 2014
A person’s relationship with God Love Obedience Sacrifice Money
The community’s relationship with God Identity Festivals Love Obedience
Inter-personal relationships Husband – Wife Parent – Child Employer – Employee King – Citizen Offender – Victim Lender – Borrower Neighbour – Neighbour
Inter-community relationships City – City Tribe – Tribe Nation – Nation
Indirect influences on relationships Organisational rules affect the way people relate
Example 1 Jubilee and Family Parity Roots Redeemer Self-Reliant
Example 2 The Ban on Interest Does money affect relationships? What were the rules? What was the intention? What is the application?
The Ban on Interest Today? A new slogan No investment without involvement No profit without participation No reward without responsibility
Example 3 The Sabbath Time is the currency of relationships
Example 3 The Sabbath Moral, civil and ceremonial purposes of the law Sabbath Ceremonial CivilMoral
Example 3 Purposes of the Sabbath Moral: time for God and time for rest Civil: family and employee protection Ceremonial: national identity
Example 3 Sabbath for today Why Sunday? What purpose? Why important?
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