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Confronting a Beast: The Church of England and the British National Party

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This article explores the background to the British National Party’s high profile during the 2010 General Election, and the development of its use of Christian identity in its campaigning and its internal discourses. This is set alongside the stand taken by the Church of England before and during the election campaign in challenging the racism of the Party. The article begins to map the theology that must underpin the ongoing struggle against the forces that contribute to the support for the BNP, and it draws conclusions about the theological significance of the action and discourse of the Church of England in statements and grassroots mobilization.

Affiliations: 1: Archbishops’ Council

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2011-01-01
2016-08-24

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