A Clash of Orthodoxies

George, Robert P.
August 1999
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Aug/Sep99, Issue 95, p33
Challenges the secularist worldview that has established itself as an orthodoxy in the academy and other elite sectors of Western culture. Superiority of Christian moral views; Comparison between the Christian view and secularist orthodoxy on sexuality; Comparison between the Christian view and secularist orthodoxy on the transmitting and taking of human life.


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