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Christianity: the true humanism
Jon Thompson, January 2013 2 comments
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This paper argues that Christianity is the most coherent form of humanism. By contrast, secular humanism is historically and philosophically dependent upon Christianity's view of the human person. In a survey of the origins, emergence and development of secular humanism, this paper explores that historical connection before examining some of the implications which flow from a divorce of human values from Christian belief.
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Faith in the future conference in Cambridge on 14th September
Faith in the future: Biblical thinking for public life Saturday 14th September 9.30 am to 1.00 pm in Cambridge A conference to mark the Jubilee Centre's 30th anniversary features these speakers: Prof...