For more than a half-century, Ted Byfield was one of Canada’s most significant public Christians, and his life’s work included the founding of a religious order, the formation of several Christian boarding schools for boys, a series of influential newsmagazines, laying the groundwork for a political movement, writing books, and serving as editor on a magnificent 12-volume history of Christianity, The Christians: Their First Two Thousand Years. He gave voice to Western alienation when few others would, and helped create the consensus that resulted in the first Conservative majority government in decades.
Prairie Lion: The Life & Times of Ted Byfield
For more than a half-century, Ted Byfield was one of Canada’s most significant public Christians. He gave voice to Western alienation when few others would, and helped create the consensus that resulted in the first Conservative majority government in decades.
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