By Ernest L. Fortin, Brian Benestad

ISBN-10: 084768279X

ISBN-13: 9780847682799

Author note: Brian Benestad (Editor)
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Volume 3 of Ernest Fortin: accumulated Essays discusses the present kingdom of Christianity—especially twentieth-century Catholic Christianity—and the issues with which it has needed to strive against in the course of swift clinical growth, profound social switch, and starting to be ethical anarchy.

In this quantity, Fortin discusses such subject matters as Christianity and the liberal democratic ethos; Christianity, technological know-how, and the humanities; Ancients and Moderns; papal social suggestion; advantage and liberalism; pagan and Christian advantage; and the yankee Catholic church and politics.

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On that score, it matters little that in a few Western countries the Church should still enjoy state support, since the supporting state does not appear to be any less secular in its outlook. Some of our theologians are obviously of the opinion that secularization is a phenomenon over which one should rejoice rather than grieve since, 10 and behold, this is what Christianity was all about in the first place. Even if this were the case, however, and there are good reasons to think that it is not, we should still be faced with a problem, for the moral 16 Human Rights, Virtue, and the Common Good ideal in question does not appear to be anchored in any religious or metaphysical view of life capable of imparting real vitality to it.

18. Robert Nisbet, The New York Times Book Review, 28 April 1985, 17. 19. Henri de Saint-Simon, Nouveau christianisme: dialogue entre un conservateur et un novateur [The New Christianity] (Paris: Bossange pere, 1825). 20. Robert Nisbet, The New York Times Book Review, 28 April 1985, 17. 21. 1. Turner, Without God, Without Creed: The Origins of Un belief in America (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1985), qUQted in Nisbet, The New York Times Book Review, 28 April 1985, 17. 22. Friedrich Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols, "Skirmishes ofan Untimely Man," no.

1. Hollingdale (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993). 23. A. Bloom, "Commerce and 'Culture'" This World 3 (Fall, 1982): 5-20. " In a gesture of good will, Singapore officials agreed to reduce the number of strokes, but nevertheless insisted on going ahead with them. Their argument, which they based on Confucius, was that social order takes precedence over human rights. The incident was widely interpreted by the American press as a "clash of cultures" between East and West, the former emphasizing societal stability and the latter individual freedom.

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