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Saturday, October 12, 2013

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Howard

A huge contribution to this comes from treating Christianity as a mere "civil religion" -- insisting too much that Christianity is nice, and that it produces nice art and nice people, rather than insisting that it is true. We've done it long enough to breed a society that doubts the very existence of truth. We're as busy doing it now as at any point in the past: we are told we must look past the falsehoods in other religions and concentrate on how we can work together to do nice things for civil society.

We need to stop this. Our ideas of "nice" are deeply flawed, and the Church (in Her essence) is not.

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