So near. Yet so far.   In this final part of my review of Murray’s brilliant book we come to consider the heart of the matter. What can be done to stop Europe, as we know it, dying? Murray has a sort of answer but it is not nearly adequate enough. In part 1 we looked at the overall thesis of the book – that Europe has become too meaninglessly shallow to cope with the difficulties it faces. Firstly from immigration (part 2) and then from Islam (part 3). I would argue that, uncomfortable as it seems, in that it does not fit in with the Western Liberal view of humanity, Murray’s thesis is incontrovertible. So what can be done about it?

In part 4 we now look at how he identifies the problem as Europe losing its soul – i.e. it’s Christianity. Again I will let Murray speak in his…

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