Christianity, Nationalism and Democracy

This post first appeared on shiftinggrounds.org

Nationalism and religion are making a comeback in the United Kingdom. In a recent article in The Church Times, David Cameron claimed that Britain is a Christian nation, and urged Christians to be more evangelical about their faith. The UK Independence Party (UKIP) meanwhile, is riding high in the polls and gained seats in councils and the European parliament with its message that the UK, having all the resources it needs within its borders to thrive in our globalised world, should withdraw from Europe and close Britain’s borders to immigration.   Continue reading here.

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