Church and State in the New Millennium: Issues of Belief and Morality for the 21st Century

Church and State in the New Millennium: Issues of Belief and Morality for the 21st Century

by David Holloway
     
 

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David Holloway looks at key areas of public concern to see where the church can and must take a lead, despite its failings of recent years. Arguing that morality has been privatized in the Western world (looking at examples such as Robin Cook and Bill Clinton), he states that the monarchy must give a moral lead, based on the Christian frame of reference that Western…  See more details below

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David Holloway looks at key areas of public concern to see where the church can and must take a lead, despite its failings of recent years. Arguing that morality has been privatized in the Western world (looking at examples such as Robin Cook and Bill Clinton), he states that the monarchy must give a moral lead, based on the Christian frame of reference that Western democracies are built on; but how does this take shape in a world of supra-nationalism?

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ISBN-13:
9780002740593
Publisher:
HarperCollins UK
Publication date:
01/01/2000
Pages:
272
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

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