E 181 The EU Referendum: How Should We Decide?


The debate about whether we should remain in or leave the EU is complex, and is compounded by general ignorance of the structures and history of the EU, and lack of reflection on biblical and theological perspectives.

This immensely helpful booklet seeks to address all these areas, exploring biblical perspectives on nationhood as well as outlining the political and economic issues at stake. It will be an indispensable guide to Christians seeking to vote wisely.

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Author: Andrew Goddard

The Revd Canon Dr Andrew Goddard studied PPE and Theology at Oxford University, completing a doctorate in Christian political thought. He has taught ethics at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford and Trinity College, Bristol. He is Senior Research Fellow at the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics (KLICE) and Assistant Minister, St James the Less, Pimlico where his wife, Lis, is Vicar. His most recent books are ‘Good Disagreement? Grace and Truth in a Divided Church’ (edited with Andrew Atherstone) and ‘Rowan Williams: His Legacy,’ both with Lion Hudson.

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