Britain, a Christian Country: A Nation Defined by Christianity and the Bible, and the Social Changes that Challenge this Biblical by Paul BackholerBritain, a Christian Country: A Nation Defined by Christianity and the Bible, and the Social Changes that Challenge this Biblical by Paul Backholer

Britain, a Christian Country: A Nation Defined by Christianity and the Bible, and the Social…

byPaul Backholer

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For over a thousand years Britain was defined by Christianity, with monarchs dedicating the country to God and national days of prayer that saved the nation in its darkest hours.

Discover the continuing legacy of the Bible in Britain, how faith defined its nationhood and the challenges from the 1960s to the present day.

 

Paul Backholer is a broadcaster and the founder of ByFaith Media (www.ByFaith.org). He is the director of ByFaith TV and the producer of several documentaries. Paul is the author of a number of books including The Baptism of Fire, Jesus Today and How Christianity Made the Modern World. Paul studied in a British Bible college and has travelled to over forty nations working on Christian projects.

Paul Backholer is a broadcaster, author and the founder of ByFaith Media (ByFaith.org). Paul was born in the 1970s and was called to Bible College in the 1990s, where he later served as staff. As an adventurer following God's call, his Christian mission outreaches have taken him to over forty nations - from the slums of South America, ...
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Title:Britain, a Christian Country: A Nation Defined by Christianity and the Bible, and the Social…Format:PaperbackDimensions:302 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.63 inPublished:June 12, 2015Publisher:ByFaith MediaLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1-How Britain Became a Christian Nation; 2-A Nation Covenanted to God; 3-Celtic Christianity; 4-Darkness and Light; 5-The Celtic Golden Age; 6-Power and Pain; 7-Celtic or Catholic; 8-Alfred the Great; 9-The Three Hundred Year Prophecy; 10-Medieval Life; 11-New Testament Christianity; 12-Empowering Parliament; 13-The Glorious Revolution; 14-Liberty, Justice and Education; 15-Christianity, Commerce and Civilisation; 16-The Faith of Queen Victoria; 17-Fighting for Liberty; 18-Divine Intervention; 19-The Battle of Britain; 20-Turning the Tide; 21-Democracy and Social Justice; 22-Christianity, Devotion and Dedication; 23-The Great Storm of Change; 24-A Bitter Price to Pay; 25-An Outcry Heard in Heaven; 26-Spiritual, but Not Religious; 27-Tearing Down the Altar to One God; 28-Society and Shared Values; 29-Limitations on Liberty; 30-Rejecting God's Protection; 31-Christianity and Safeguarding Liberty; 32-Apostasy and Conversion; 33-Christian Heritage in Peril; 34-We want it Now!; 35-Crisis, what Crisis?; 36-Being Honest about our Need; 37-Hope for a Christian Awakening.