Category Archives: Reception History

  1. Theresa May’s Festive Brexit: Christmas Means Christmas

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    December 5, 2016 by James Crossley

    Theresa May has continued the standard route of the mainstream politician by authorising her politics vaguely in Christianity and God. …
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  2. Bible and Critical Theory latest edition: free and online

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    November 15, 2016 by James Crossley

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

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    October 4, 2016 by James Crossley

    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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  4. Dennis Skinner’s Radical Bible

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    September 8, 2016 by James Crossley

    Dennis Skinner is, like Corbyn, one of the few figures from the old Labour Left to survive the Blair-Brown years. …
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  5. Open Access Study on Brexit Barrow: A Summary

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    August 31, 2016 by James Crossley

    A new study of a ‘northern Brexit town’, covering attitudes towards politicians, Britishness/Englishness, class, religion, and the Bible is available …
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  6. BTB Open Access Article on the Bible in English Politics

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    August 30, 2016 by James Crossley

    ​The following Biblical Theology Bulletin article is now open access: “By What Authority Are You Doing This? A Brief History …
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  7. Corbyn: The New Puritan?

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    July 15, 2016 by James Crossley

    Sects and Broad Churches Part of my interests in the history of modern English political discourses and constructions of what …
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