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Following a discussion of the architectural symbolism of court chapels, McCullough examined court chaplains for Elizabeth, James I, Anne of Denmark (wife of James I), Prince Henry, and Prince Charles.
While some might contest de Gruchys embrace of what amounts to a "neo-constantinian" position (to use the language of John Howard Yoder) for the church, his straightforward defense of democracy as the best available option for embodying penultimate expressions of God's shalom is a welcome retrieval of the question of Christianity and democracy from the hands of capitalism's court chaplains.