Her refusal to gossip with journalists makes her serious.
Posts Tagged: Church of England
The Brexit vote would seem to indicate that there is now scope for a new political party with a demonstrably different worldview from a socially Marxist one.
At the heart of her speech was not so much a new interventionism as a Church-formed moralism, a sense of public service – and a Good Samaritan Moment.
The Emmerson row is the straw on the back of this exhausted camel.
The media never understood him, and was surprised both by his successes and his failures.
A further graft from the remnants of Labour and the LibDems might be the best way of preserving the Union and providing an alternative government to the SNP.
In 1968 churches independently organised relief flights to Nigeria – a mission that saved the lives of a million children.
Profile: Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury – part, however inadvertently, of the renaissance of the ruling class
In political terms, the Archbishop is weak. But he also has the faith, and the skill, to make the most of that weakness.
Tim Montgomerie’s capitalist ideal has a continental underpinning.
Lewis Baston: The General Election of 1900 – the narrow Conservative win that turned out to be an illusion
We cannot know yet whether 2015 was the start of a new ascendancy or whether, like 1900, it is an anomaly that posterity hardly notices.
The Conservatives are doing what is right and doing it well – winning votes is a happy by-product of that approach.
One doesn’t need to believe in God to recognise and celebrate the Church of England’s place amongst the fundamental institutions of our nation.
The claim that Margaret Thatcher’s ‘Victorian values’ meant the reintroduction of ‘unregulated markets’ is simply untrue.
This covers the expression of views, proselytisation (both for faiths and atheistic views), and a robust protection of the freedom to convert, both at home and abroad.
Does His Grace think the welfare reforms may have contributed to the fall in unemployment?