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Cameron Lee challenges value language as modernist and subjective. He believes Christian families should be focused on cultivating virtue, and specifically CHRISTIAN virtue. "What Christian families need most today is neither a clarification of their personal values nor a hearty reaffirmation of self-discipline and responsibility...What they need are local congregations that embody the spirit and character of the resurrected Christ.
For most of the 1990s, "family values" has been a matter of national debate. In this book, Lee challenges this "value language" as modernist and subjective, believing that Christian families should focus instead on cultivating virtue, and specifically "Christian" virtue.
Cameron Lee (PhD.,Fuller Theological Seminary) is professor of family studies in the Graduate School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. His other books include PK: Helping Pastors' Kids Through Their Identity Crisis, Unexpected Blessing: Living the Countercultural Reality of the Beatitudes and Beyond Family Values. He has contributed to several periodicals, including Family Process, Journal of Psychology & Theology and Family Relations.