Helping Christians Engage with the Issues
by Guy Brandon;
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Publishing - in association with The Jubilee Centre - in good time for the general election on 7 May 2015. Explains the main political ideas and buzz phrases which will be central to the next election, clarifies the issues, and looks at them through a Christian lens.
Asks some provocative questions in order to encourage people to engage however they feel they can. Expected to include 1000-word party pitches from MPs representing each of the main political parties.
Votewise by Guy Brandon was published by SPCK Publishing in October 2014 and is our 20198th best seller. The ISBN for Votewise is 9780281071784.
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Votewise 2015Melanie Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
The newest edition to a series started in 2004, this book by Guy Brandon is a great look and reflection of the views and the issues that should really be considered before deciding who deserves our vote.
Covering the topical issues of welfare, benefits and the economy; NHS, criminal justice and education; the environment, Europe, nationhood and immigration; together with other vital subjects such as marriage and family, bridging the gaps etc. These are all approached with an overview of the present situation in the nation, followed by a Christian response.
Finally representatives of the three main parties offer a Christian view on why they deserve our vote.
A timely book for all voters particularly at this time of political uncertainty.
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Details for Votewise
|Page last updated||26th March 2017|
|Author / Artist||Guy Brandon|
|Publisher||SPCK Publishing (October 2014)|
|Number of Pages||128|