One of the initiators of the Christendom Movement in the 1930s, which challenged the social and economic order of society from a distinctive Anglican theological perspective. Oxford based, at Christ Church and as Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology for much of his professional life. Amongst his most influential books are: Theology of Society (Faber 1947) and Religion and the Decline of Capitalism (Faber 1953).

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