Christian Socialism

Discipline: Political Science

Religion theory of the social responsibility of the Christian Church, developed within the Anglican Church in Britain in the 19th century.

Christian teaching has social and economic implications, and the Church should take a lead in both improving the conditions of the working class and providing moral and cultural leadership to allow its members a fuller participation in the life of society.

E Norman, The Victorian Christian Socialists (Cambridge, 1987)


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