Harnessing chaos : the Bible in English political discourse since 1968 (Book, 2014) [WorldCat.org]
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Harnessing chaos : the Bible in English political discourse since 1968

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James G Crossley
ISBN: 9780567655509 0567655504
OCLC Number: 999790538
Description: 309 pages
Contents: Introduction Chapter 1: 'Chaos is a Ladder': A Reception History of the Bible in English PoliticsPart I: Experiencing Defeat Chapter 2: Christopher Hill's World Turned Upside Down Chapter 3: This Was England: The Similitudes of Enoch Powell Part II: Thatcherism and the Harnessing of ChaosChapter 4: 'Your Arms Are Just Too Short to Box with God': Margaret Thatcher's Neoliberal Bible Part III: Carriers of Cultural ChangeChapter 5: 'We're All Individuals': When Life of Brian Collided with ThatcherismChapter 6: Saving Margaret from the Guillotine: Independent Music in Manchester from the Rise of Thatcher to the Rise of Blair Part IV: From Thatcher's Legacy to Blair's LegacyChapter 7: Your Own Personal Judas: The Rehabilitation of Jeffrey ArcherChapter 8: 45 Minutes from Doom! Tony Blair and the Radical Bible Rebranded Chapter 9: The Gove Bible versus the Occupy Bible Conclusion: Why Do Politicians Bother with the Bible? Bibliography
Series Title: Library of New Testament studies, 506.; Scriptural traces : critical perspectives on the reception and influence of the Bible, 2.
Responsibility: James G. Crossley.


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