Gillan’s guest blog by Ciaran reinforces the earlier post on Justin Abraham’s visions of the UK and that, “We will need the strength of Scotland for what’s coming”.
Today’s guest post is by Ciaran Thompson. Ciaran has done both local and central London-based work in politics. It has involved media reporting for a Christian group which tries to bridge the gap between the Church and the Government. This piece is Ciaran’s personal view.
Back in 1603, Queen Elizabeth I died with no heir to inherit the throne of England. It was decided that King James VI of Scotland would come down to London and become King James I of England and Scotland. He was the most likely heir. In fact he was the first monarch to reign over England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland. He was known as the ‘King of Great Britain and Ireland’. His accession to this new throne and His desire to have a new English translation of the Bible which would be accessible to everyone from the ploughboy to the Prince were unifying and revolutionary. After…
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