Neuhaus, Richard John
June 1998
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jun/Jul1998, Issue 84, p61
Presents a reaction to the article `The End of Convenient Stereotypes: How the First Things and Baxter Controversies Inaugurate Extraordinary Politics,' written by Scott H. Moore in the `Pro Ecclesia' journal. Views of Father Michael Baxter, a disciple of Stanley Hauewas of the theology department of the University of Notre Dame; Precepts of liberalism; Christianity's tendency to be countercultural.


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