Video appunto: Religion in Victorian Age
During the mid-Victorian age, Britain’s transformations in terms of family, work and religion are worth mentioning due to their peculiarity. Religion, in particular, is a topic which not only relates to the cultural background of the time, but also to the social reality and mentality of British people. The term of Christianity was in fact identified with society itself: being a Christian, which is somewhere bearing the same meaning nowadays, meant to be a respectable and regular member of society, because civic and moral values were identified with Christian values.