The nations being rebuilt on Christian foundations

Jan 15, 2019 by

by Dr Campbell Campbell-Jack, The Conservative Woman:


ALL over the world, Christian-influenced political movements are advancing. In Britain we find this strange.

In the interminable Brexit debates, everything is seen in economic terms. The ultimate political question – the sovereignty of the nation and who we are and want to be – is never mentioned. Even when immigration is touched on, it is to stress its financial profitability. The effect of large-scale immigration on the nation’s underlying culture is never seriously faced.

Such is the progressive grip of the elites and their compliant media that in Britain we are reluctant even to say we have an underlying culture. More importantly, we are afraid to say that this culture is Christian-based.

Not so elsewhere. The latest surge of cultural-Christian politics is to be found in South America, where fast-growing Protestantism is making its presence felt.

Sworn in on January 1, Brazil’s new president Jair Bolsonaro immediately laid out his priorities. Addressing the National Congress, he made clear his intention to lead his country according to ‘Judeo-Christian’ principles. This includes defending the institution of the family against ‘destructive’ gender ideology and political correctness.

This is what his voters wanted. ‘My electoral campaign listened to the call of the streets and forged a commitment to place Brazil first and God above all,’ he said. ‘We can – I, you, and our families, all of us together – re-establish ethical and moral standards that will transform our Brazil.’

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