Faith in Democracy

Framing a Politics of Deep Diversity

  • Bruce Wearne Unaffiliated
Keywords: public justice, multi-cultural democracy, rule of law, parliamentary democracy

Abstract

Jonathan Chaplin's book, Faith in Democracy: Framing a Politics of Deep Diversity SCM Press 2021, provides an analysis of British social policy in terms of the diverse voices within British society. Of special interest is his concern to encourage all citizens, including the growing British Muslim community, to develop their own (Muslim) democratic voice.

References

Jonathan Chaplin, Multi-culturalism: a Christian Retrieval London Theos 2011
Jonathan Chaplin, 'Legal Monism and Religious Pluralism: Rowan Williams on Religion, Law and Liberty' International Journal of Public Theology 2.4 (2009), 1-24.
Janet Daley, 'Removing the State from Dr Rowan Williams', The Sunday Telegraph (11 February 2008).
Rowan Williams 'Civil and Religious Law in England: a religious perspective' (7 February 2008) in Robin Griffith-Jones, ed., Islam and English Law: Rights, Responsibilities and the Place of Shari'a Cambridge, Cambridge University Press 2013.
Published
2021-09-24
Section
Book Reviews