A book exploring how different Christian politicians have used (and abused) religion in their politics. Read the introduction online here.
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Ben Ryan reflects on collective identities and the role of the Church
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Donald Trump's ban goes against the grain of Christian teaching
To round of our mini-series, Nick Spencer responds to feedback and offers some clarifications on the deliberately awkward phrase 'Christian Social Liturgy'
In the fifth installment of our mini-series, Paul Bickley writes on social innovation and social liturgy.
In the fourth instalment of our mini series Liturgy, Natan Mladin reflects on chaplaincy as an expression of Christian Social Liturgy
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