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The Reshaping of Britain

Church and State since the 1960s - A Personal Reflection

Published by Wilberforce Publications .
Written in English.

About the Edition

This personal reflection, written by Rev Dr Clifford Hill, is a living record of contemporary history that reveals previously unknown details of significant events in the life of the nation over the last 60 years. Clifford Hill explains how the church has been affected by culture and charts the course of societal and spiritual decline which has transformed the nation since the 1960s.
Clifford writes from his personal experiences of working closely with a number of archbishops and parliamentarians over several decades. During this time in ministry, Clifford Hill has written over forty books - this latest book is among the most important, if not the most important.
Clifford is a sociologist, theologian, lecturer, preacher and broadcaster. He was also a senior lecturer in sociology in the University of London and has lectured for the Home Office to senior police officers and prison governors on race and community issues.

Over a long period of ministry Clifford Hill has written numerous books. This latest book is among the most important, if not the most important. This is a living record of contemporary history that reveals previously unknown details of significant events in the life of the nation over the past 60 years. Clifford Hill explains how the Church has been affected by culture, and charts the course of societal and spiritual change which has transformed the nation since the 1960s. The Reshaping of Britain is a wake-up call that will bring inspiration and challenge to leaders in both Church and State, which could lead to the building of a nation under God that would be a blessing to its people and for the world.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Introduction: Learning from the Past and Providing Hope for the Future
1. Archbishop Donald Coggan
2. Community-Based Evangelism
3. The Nationwide Initiative in Evangelism
4. The Evangelical Alliance and the National Congress
5. Reviewing the Seventies
6. Four Movements of Social Change
7. Understanding the Times
8. Seeking the Word of God
9. Archbishop Robert Runcie
10. Reviewing the Eighties
11. The Charismatic Movement
12. False Teaching
13. Family Matters
14. Archbishop George Carey
15. Reviewing the Nineties
16. Rebellion Against God
17. Social Action
18. Archbishop Rowan Williams
19. Reviewing the Noughties
20. Social Change in Church and State
Epilogue
Appendix: Laws that reshaped Britain since 1950

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Number of pages
346
Dimensions
9 x 6 x 0.8 inches
Weight
1.3 pounds

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL26494606M
ISBN 13
9780995683297

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