Peter Green: January 2019
Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, is the author of the Good Faith Book Club's next choice.
Called Reimagining Britain, Lord Andrew Adonis had this to say about it:
'Timely. wise, humane, positive — just what is needed to focus the national debate on shared values and creating a better future, particularly for the half of the country left behind by "modernisation" and "globalisation" '.
Will we agree with his Lordship? Come along on Saturday 23rd March between 2 and 4pm to find out.
To see a summary of our previous book discussions, click here.
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