The Idea of a Christian social order : aspects of Anglican social thought in England, 1918-1945
The theological grounds for Christian concern with the social order were the major preoccupation of Anglican social thinkers in the years between the wars. For most of the period, social theology was world-affirming: it presented society as part of God's creative purpose and man as a social being who should not be treated in isolation from his earthly environment. It was argued that the idea of a Christian social order, once central to the Church's social teaching, had disappeared with the...[Show more]
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