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The Tablet reflects on the 2018 Theos annual lecture delivered by Michael Gove. 28/11/2018
The Tablet reflects on the 2018 Theos annual lecture delivered by Michael Gove.
“Michael Gove is a changed man. It may not be entirely obvious to political commentators, and if his wife, the journalist Sarah Vine, has noticed, she’s not making a big thing of it. But it became evident to me last week when he delivered the 2018 Theos lecture. His choice of subject – “When will there be a harvest for the world?” – was fitting for a politician who returned to the Cabinet six months ago as secretary of state for environment, food and rural affairs speaking at the annual beano of a highly respected Christian think–tank. And what – or who – sparked this unexpected conversion? In part, at least, none other than Pope Francis.”
The Theos Team
Posted 28 November 2018
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