Desmond Tutu Was Right

‘At the height of the struggle against Apartheid in South Africa, Archbishop Desmond Tutu confessed that he was confused about which Bible people were reading when they said that religion and politics do not mix. The Archbishop was right: religion and politics do mix, no matter what hardened secularists might assert about a public sphere free from religion. The more important questions to ask are, ‘what kind of religion and what kind of politics?’’

As the 2017 UK General Election unfolded I wrote this short article about faith and politics for Open Democracy…..Carry on reading if you’d like

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Zombie Multiculturalism….

Academics and activists, preachers and politicians have got a lot to learn from movies like ‘Dawn of the Dead’ because the debate surrounding multiculturalism is littered by zombies…To find out more carry on reading my new article just published in the journal ‘Culture and Religion’.

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President Trump and the Christian right

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My new article in Open Democracy explores the rocky relationship between religion and civil society politics….In particular I ask if Does Trump’s election represents a victory for reactionary religion or a prelude to faith-based opposition?

If you’d to find out more just click on the link….

Source: President Trump and the Christian right | openDemocracy