60 new lives, now added to the 'Oxford Dictionary of National Biography', reveal the place of church leaders in shaping social and moral attutiudes in post-war Britain. Biographies highlight the central contribution of the churches (Anglican and other) in initiating debates on marriage, sexuality and identity in a period typically regarded as secular in which the churches played an increasingly limited role.
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