Category Archives: Bible and English Politics

  1. Jesus, Christianity and (English) Socialism

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    March 3, 2018 by Harnessing Chaos

    ‘Why Christianity matters for socialism’, or from the historical Jesus to Jeremy Corbyn, is now available on the Morning Star …
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  2. English Political Christmasses 2017

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    December 24, 2017 by Harnessing Chaos

    Theresa May: The Ghost of Cameron Past Theresa May’s construction of Christmas is a little different this year. The usual …
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  3. Political Christmas, 2016: This is the End

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    December 24, 2016 by Harnessing Chaos

    After years of repetitive and predictable Christmas political messages in English political discourse, 2016 appears to be different and marked …
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  4. Theresa May’s Festive Brexit: Christmas Means Christmas

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    December 5, 2016 by Harnessing Chaos

    Theresa May has continued the standard route of the mainstream politician by authorising her politics vaguely in Christianity and God. …
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  5. Identity Politics and the Contemporary English Left II: Class War and/in Rojava

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    December 2, 2016 by Harnessing Chaos

    This continues some notes on my research on contemporary English politics (Left, Right, Centre) and their use of ‘religion’, ‘the …
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  6. Bible and Critical Theory latest edition: free and online

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    November 15, 2016 by Harnessing Chaos

    The latest BCT is out and it is free, open access, and online (PDFs here.). “Manufacturing Dissent: Reflections on a …
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  7. This Past Week in the Political Bible: Giles Fraser, Jeremy Corbyn, Class War, and Pentecostalism

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    October 4, 2016 by Harnessing Chaos

    This past week a number of examples of the Radical Bible (i.e. the Bible roughly equated with, or having some …
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