- What makes a Christian society different from the present one (ala'
- When does a society cease to be Christian?
- How does Liberalism prepare the way for totalitarian governments?
- Why should political philosophies represent their people's
- How does political speech lose its meaning?
- Why does industrialism create a "well-fed" mob?
- What problems do a tolerated, Christina minority face in a pagan
- How does Eliot define a "Christian State"?
- Why are Christians in government not enough to address his concerns?
- What is the purpose of "Christian education"? What
- What distinguishes a "Christian Community" from a
"Community of Christians"? (Be sure to consult pages 69-70 as well.)
- Why is the parish no longer effective?
- Why does there remain a need for a religio-social whole to shape
- Why are neo-agrarianism and an uncritical acceptance of modernism
false answers to the current problem?
- How does the modern world mitigate against Christianity?
- How do modern economic systems work against the arts?
- Why is there a need for a uniform ideal in education?
- Why is there a need for a majority, established Church?
- What should the Church of a Christian Society be?
- What are the temptations of the Established or National Church?
- What is the National Church's relationship to the Universal Church?
- Why is it a mistake to identify any one form of government with
- Why is the Kingdom of God always being realized, never fully
- Why is there a need for religious orders?
- Why does a wrong attitude towards nature imply a wrong attitude
- Why should there be some tension between Church and State?
- Why should the Church interfere with the World?
- Why is there a need for humility in the Church?
- Why should the Church never be identified with one political party?
How is Eliot's social and political and religious
ideal present in his poetry and plays?