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Confessions of an Old Labour High Tory By David Lindsay
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This book reclaims the traditions of patriotism and social conservatism on the British and wider Left. It challenges the standard accounts of Tony Blair, Margaret Thatcher and Winston Churchill. It... More > reassesses the importance of Jacobitism in British and American political history. It makes the conservative and Tory cases against nuclear weapons and Post Office privatisation. It proposes a domestic policy programme formed and informed by the foregoing. It sets out comprehensive re-examinations of the Irish Question; of Islam, Judaism and the Middle East; and of the nature of the American Republic and British relations with it. And it defends the Catholic Church against fashionable attacks.< Less
Essays Radical and Orthodox By David Lindsay
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With a preface by John Milbank, one of the world’s most distinguished theologians, this book addresses Radical Orthodoxy; the connections between the Hebraic and the Hellenic traditions; the... More > fallacy of both liberal and reactionary assumptions concerning the Second Vatican Council; Catholicism as, and as more than, Evangelical, Charismatic and liberal; Catholic imaginative writing, and anti-Catholicism as an imaginative stimulus, in Tudor and Stuart England; Newman, Hopkins, Belloc, Chesterton, Greene and Waugh; a Catholic defence of the Confessional State, including the Act of Settlement; the more recent works of Dr Edward Norman; the problems with, and the opportunities for, the Anglican Ordinariate, as well as the left-wing reasons why Parliament should in any case say no to women bishops in the Church of England; and the left-wing defence of Opus Dei.< Less
Essays Radical and Orthodox By David Lindsay
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With a preface by John Milbank, one of the world’s most distinguished theologians, this book addresses Radical Orthodoxy; the connections between the Hebraic and the Hellenic traditions; the... More > fallacy of both liberal and reactionary assumptions concerning the Second Vatican Council; Catholicism as, and as more than, Evangelical, Charismatic and liberal; Catholic imaginative writing, and anti-Catholicism as an imaginative stimulus, in Tudor and Stuart England; Newman, Hopkins, Belloc, Chesterton, Greene and Waugh; a Catholic defence of the Confessional State, including the Act of Settlement; the more recent works of Dr Edward Norman; the problems with, and the opportunities for, the Anglican Ordinariate, as well as the left-wing reasons why Parliament should in any case say no to women bishops in the Church of England; and the left-wing defence of Opus Dei.< Less