Faith-ful citizens? Christian churches and social cohesion in Scotland
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The issue of social cohesion in Scotland (or the lack of it) has been thrown into sharp perspective by the attempted bombing of Glasgow Airport in 2007. Cecilia Clegg asks what Christian churches are doing to aid the integration of people so that positive social cohesion can be promoted and violence, particularly religiously-motivated violence, becomes less likely.
Clegg, C. (2008). Faith-ful citizens? Christian churches and social cohesion in Scotland. Theology in Scotland, 15(1), pp. 5-21.
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