Harnessing Chaos Hardback
A Cultural History of 'Secular' and Non-'Orthodox' Receptions of Biblical Texts
by James G. Crossley;
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Part III highlights the importance of (often unintended) ideological changes towards forms of Thatcherite interpretation in popular culture and with particular reference to Monty Python's Life of Brian and the Manchester music scene between 1976 and 1994. Part IV concerns the modification of Thatcher's Bible, particularly with reference to the embrace of socially liberal values, by looking at the electoral decline of the Conservative Party through the work of Jeffrey Archer on Judas and the final victory of Thatcherism through Tony Blair's exegesis. Some consideration will then be given to the Bible in an Age of Coalition and how politically radical biblical interpretations retains a presence outside parliamentary politics. Harnessing Chaos will conclude with reflections on why politicians in English politics bother using the Bible at all.
Harnessing Chaos by James G. Crossley was published by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC in July 2014. The ISBN for Harnessing Chaos is 9780567655509.
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|Author / Artist||James G. Crossley|
|Publisher||Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (July 2014)|
|Number of Pages||328|
|Page last updated||13th December 2017|