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The Bible and Politics
Nick Spencer, July 2012 No comments
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This paper contends that the Bible has been the single most influential document in British political history. It takes six major political ideas, each with contemporary relevance, and shows how the Bible has shaped our attitude to each, highlighting particular hermeneutical principles critical in explaining this influence. It is suggested that a continued, strong commitment to such political virtues may be difficult to sustain if Christianity is further eroded from British public life.
Category: Cambridge Papers
Keywords: Government & Foreign Affairs
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