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About Theo Hobson
Theo Hobson is a theologian and writer. His books include Against Establishment: An Anglican Polemic (Darton, Longman & Todd, 2004); Anarchy, Church and Utopia: Rowan Williams on the Church (Darton, Longman & Todd, 2005); and Milton's Vision: The Birth of Christian Liberty (Continuum, 2008). His website is here
Articles by Theo Hobson
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To honour the English writer John Milton on the 400th anniversary of his birth is to acknowledge his persistent otherness in the country he tried to transform, says Theo Hobson.
The Church of England's leadership has survived a testing and divisive challenge. But the tides of history pose it a larger challenge of modernisation, says Theo Hobson.
The spiritual head of England's state church has exposed the social rupture between religion and liberalism and thus highlighted a larger identity crisis, says Theo Hobson.