Robert William Dale, a proponent of the civic gospel, believed in encouraging interest in politics amongst his congregation and that “the law of Christ is to be illustrated in the legislation and policy of the state.” His treatment of the Ten Commandments details the practical implications of each ordinance on the lives of the everyday Christian. Dale also discusses the implications of the Commandments for local and national politics, offering a glimpse into the civic gospel movement in nineteenth-century England.
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