A Defence of the Christian State

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A Defence of the Christian State

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Principled Pluralism is the belief that the State should be a religiously neutral institution and that all religions should enjoy civil liberty and equality. In recent years this belief has gained much ground among Christians in both America and the United Kingdom. This book provides a detailed critique of the principled pluralist position. The author sets out to show that religious neutrality in the political sphere is impossible, that all States are, including so-called secular States, are religious institutions. The author argues that the evangelical case for principled pluralism fundamentally misunderstands the issues at stake and consequently misconceives the proper Christian attitude to the political sphere. He then provides an exposition of the Christian doctrine of the State.

Author: Stephen Perks

Paperback | 240 pages | £12.95 plus postage | ISBN: 0-9522058-2-3

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