Britain on the Brink: What has Christian Faith to Do with Essential Values?
‘How is it that England, and then Britain, has actually become a nation? And the answer clearly is that, where the observer sees warring tribes, petty kingdoms, years of feuding and so forth, the cohesion first given to England came out of the arrival of the Christian Faith and the organisation that it brought . . .’
The Rt. Rev. Michael Nazir-Ali was Anglican Bishop of Rochester from 1994 to 2009, the first non-white diocesan bishop in the Church of England. He has published widely and spoken often on themes related to faith and public policy, and he has been untiring in pointing out the importance of the Judaeo-Christian tradition to the future of the West. Read the entire paper here.
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