"I believe that the choice before us now is between the formation of a new Christian culture, and the acceptance of a pagan one. Both involve radical changes; but I believe that the majority of us, if we could be faced immediately with all the changes which will only be accomplished in several generations, would prefer Christianity." [emphasis added] pg 13
Eliot couldn’t see much hope in liberalism and democracy:
What Eliot wrote is prophetic of the evils of our day as much as his. Eliot believed that the Church had an important part to play in influencing society for the better. He doesn’t tell us how to run the world. But he teaches Christians to think about their philosophy for how they can positively influence the way it is run.
The first part of my quotes from T S Eliot on this subject is at the following link: