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The Evolution of the West: How Christianity Has Shaped Our Values

Paperback|Sep 2016
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In this book of compelling essays, cultural analyst Nick Spencer advocates for the continuing relevance of Christianity in 21st-century public life. He sounds a timely warning that contemporary secular liberalism - in its hostility to Christianity - risks losing sight...


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In this book of compelling essays, cultural analyst Nick Spencer advocates for the continuing relevance of Christianity in 21st-century public life. He sounds a timely warning that contemporary secular liberalism - in its hostility to Christianity - risks losing sight its deepest values.

Over the last decade the role of Christianity in the West has come under close, sometimes hostile, scrutiny. During that time, Nick Spencer, Research Director of the Christian think tank Theos, has been at the forefront of the debate, and this book brings together a range of his influential essays, putting forward a well-rounded case for the continuing presence of Christianity in 21st-century public life. They also sound a warning that contemporary liberal secular society risks losing sight of the basis for its deepest values - with the attendant risk that forgetting them leaves little capacity to defend them.
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Nick Spencer

Nick Spencer is Director of Studies for Theos, the public theology think tank based in London, UK. He was a researcher and writer for London Institute of Contemporary Christianity and the Jubilee Centre. He supplied the research for I'd Like to Believe, But with by Michael Green and The Responsive Church (with Graham Tomlin)
Koorong -Editorial Review.

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