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The post-Christian mind : exposing its destructive agenda

Author: Harry Blamires
Publisher: Ann Arbor, Mich. : Vine Books, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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In his classic book, Harry Blamires defined and explained the essential qualities of The Christian Mind. Here he exposes the agenda of the secular mind, vividly describing the way the media is trashing Christian principles in every area of life-human rights, marriage, family, morality, health, economy, environment, politics. "What we need," says Blamires, "is a Christian backlash, a vigorous response to the new  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harry Blamires
ISBN: 1569551421 9781569551424
OCLC Number: 40820934
Description: 209 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: 1. The Post-Christian Mind 9 --
2. Rights 21 --
3. The Family 29 --
4. The Family Under Attack 39 --
5. Marriage and Divorce 49 --
6. Morality Under Attack 61 --
7. Values 73 --
8. The Old and the New 83 --
9. Discrimination 93 --
10. The Body Beautiful 107 --
11. First Principles 117 --
12. Democracy 127 --
13. Freedom 139 --
14. Freedom of Expression 149 --
15. Economic Freedom 165 --
16. Back-to-Nature Movements 175 --
17. Charity and Compassion 183 --
18. Denigration of Christianity 195.
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In his classic book, Harry Blamires defined and explained the essential qualities of The Christian Mind. Here he exposes the agenda of the secular mind, vividly describing the way the media is trashing Christian principles in every area of life-human rights, marriage, family, morality, health, economy, environment, politics. "What we need," says Blamires, "is a Christian backlash, a vigorous response to the new paganism of the contemporary world." "Like C.S. Lewis, his teacher at Oxford and later his friend, Harry Blamires has written prolifically, from textbooks in his professional field to Christian fantasy novels and diagnostic apologies for mainstream faith. His constant concern as a literary disciple is to display and defend the Christian way of thinking in a non-thinking world. "The Post-Christian Mind is true journalism . . . shrewd reporting of what people around us think and do, with interactive comment offered on a basis of common humanity, common sense, and Christian insight. . . The masterful clarity and precision of the analysis offers wisdom for us all." - J.I. Packer, author of Knowing God -- Amazon

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