Christians in an Unchristian Society

Christians in an Unchristian Society

Christians in an Unchristian Society

Christians in an Unchristian Society

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The world is out of joint. What, if anything, can be done about it? This book is based upon the conviction that much can be done about it, provided that men are willing to avail themselves of the power and wisdom of God. Chapter I presents the ground for this conviction. Chapter II is addressed to the question, "What kind of world are we now called of God to seek after?" Chapter III maintains that only Christianity, in view of its faith and aims and methods, can hope to produce social changes that are desirable and enduring. Chapter IV undertakes to describe and appraise various attitudes that, historically, Christians have taken toward their world. This last chapter might logically have been the first. It may properly be read first by students who recognize the value of a historical approach to any issue that is really a matter of life and death.

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