Hardcover. Pub Date: 2010 Pages: 384 Publisher: Little own the descendent of German and French Catholic Mercenaries a Scots Presbyterian subaltern and their secluded Indian Wives David Ochterlony Dyce Some. (1808-1851) Defied all classification in the North Indian principality where he grew up. He also lived...
|Title||:||Is God Still an Englishman?: How We Lost Our Faith (But Found New Soul|
|Number of Pages||:||373 Pages|
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Is God Still an Englishman?: How We Lost Our Faith (But Found New Soul Reviews
A good reflection of where England is today, spiritually speaking. It doesn't make easy reading, perhaps it's a bit depressing at times, but it does leave us with a note of optimism.It's faith, Jim, but not as we know it.
Cole Moreton's book is a look at the state of the Church in England today. it is often irreverant but does on occasion stray into flippancy, to its detriment. I have two main issues with it on the whole. The first is its equating of the Church of England as the Church in England. The nature of the Christian Church in the UK is broader than a single denomination.The second is that it never quite deals with an issue fully enough, it is a little too superficial in its analysis.As an introduction to some of the issues of faith in modern times though it works well.
A book that lays out what has happened, and looks around at now. Will be thinking about it more over the next few weeks.