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A bitter culture war in the fourth century shows we may not be as divided as we think

By Ryan Gilfeather, PhD Candidate in Divinity, University of Cambridge
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A large crowd gathers, seething with anger over the ignorant and harmful ideas of their opponents. They want to stamp out the power of the old regime for the good of the world. The group comes upon a statue honouring the outdated ideologies they have come to hate and tears it to the ground, shattering it to pieces.

This scene may sound familiar. So much like the demise of the Edward Colston statue in Bristol in 2020 and the Capitol riots in…

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