Hallowed secularism

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By Statement Bruce Ledewitz.
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Lc Classifications BL2747.8 .L43 2009
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Notes Includes bibliographical references (p. [205]-209) and index.
Number Of Pages 224
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Pagination xii, 224 p. ;
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Publish Country nyu
Publish Date 2009
Publish Places New York, NY
Publishers Palgrave Macmillan
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Subjects Secularism -- United States
United States -- Religion
Subtitle theory, belief, practice
Table Of Contents Pt. I. Why hallowed secularism is necessary and how it is possible. Secularists' indifference and hostility toward religion
The roots of secularism
The failure of secularism
Sources of depth in hallowed secularism
Pt. II. The beliefs and practices of hallowed secularism. The framework of hallowed secularism
The public life of hallowed secularism
The local life of hallowed secularism
The international life of hallowed secularism
Pt. III. The meaning of hallowed secularism. Beyond religion
Beyond humanism
Beyond materialsim
The possibility of hope.
Title Hallowed secularism
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Hallowed secularism
Authors Bruce Ledewitz
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Categories Philosophy
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Description In this book, former Yeshiva student turned secularist Bruce Ledewitz proposes a Reformation in secular thinking. He shows that in opposition to today’s aggressive Atheism, religious sources are necessary if secularism is to promote fulfilling human relationships and peaceful international relations. Amid signs that secularism is growing in unhealthy ways, Ledewitz proposes a new secular way to live, in which elements of religion, humanism, and materialism are combined to create something at once quite old and startlingly new. http://www.hallowedsecularism.org/
Language en
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Page Count 224
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Published Date 2009-02-15
Publisher Macmillan
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Subtitle Theory, Belief, Practice
Title Hallowed Secularism

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