You would not know it from the present anti-Christian agenda of the British Parliament, but British history would not exist except for its Christian heritage and Christian values. Almost all of recorded British history is in the Christian era--and the nation was founded as a Christian nation. This fact needs to be taught to British schoolchildren, whom no doubt are being fed a completely warped view of their own country's development and are almost totally ignorant of what really took place and why. The BBC's biased and ignorant reportage can be explained by its
hatred of anything Christian and its utter blindness to the role of Christianity in lifting Britain from the dark, wormy, stinking slimepits of barbarism (even Caesar was appalled by the unbelievable cruelty and savagery of the naked, blue-painted Britons!). They liked to stack bound captives in a hundred foot high piles of bushes and logs and then burn them to death as sacrifices to their fiendish idols (this made the Roman practice of crucifixion seem rather paltry in comparison).
Queen Elizabeth I was a great promoter of the Christian faith--and declared that the British realm was Christian, according to David Hathaway of Eurovision ministries. As a Defender of Christianity in her dominion, she took her responsibility most seriously, and
reigned over a navy-based country that rose to first rank among the nations, thanks to the
role of Christianity in the kingdom. She might be said to have inaugurated a Golden Age in Britain, for there have been no greater English monarchs, before or after her.