Winston Churchill and Almighty God

  title={Winston Churchill and Almighty God},
  author={David Reagles and David Larsen},
  journal={Historically Speaking},
  pages={10 - 8}
a particularly religious figure.1 He did not attend worship services regularly, choosing rather to grace the cathedrals only for state occasions and rites of passage. The Bible he read merely “out of curiosity” and discussions of Church dogma were, safe to say, near the bottom of his to-do list.2 Furthermore, Churchill entered into a period of anti-religious fervor during his early twenties. His attitude mellowed as he aged, but the skepticism he adopted then never fully dissipated. It would… Expand


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