The New Civic Religion: A Christian Study Guide to Humanism
A new civic religion is the greatest threat to the Church today. Dr Patrick Sookhdeo reveals how a Christian moral basis for society has been eroded by an aggressive, hedonistic and sometimes fanatical secularism. He offers a highly readable account...
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A new civic religion is the greatest threat to the Church today. Dr Patrick Sookhdeo reveals how a Christian moral basis for society has been eroded by an aggressive, hedonistic and sometimes fanatical secularism. He offers a highly readable account of the serious challenge these humanist beliefs are posing to the church. He outlines resources to help Christian respond to the challenges of the new civic religion. This book includes ideal study material for group use.
Patrick Sookhdeo is Director of the Institute for the Study of Islam and Christianity, a Christian research institute specializing in the status of Christian minorities in the Muslim world. Dr Sookhdeo is a well known lecturer and author who holds a Ph.D from London Universitys School of Oriental and African Studies and a D.D. from Western Seminary, Oregon, USA. A
- How To Use This Book; Humanism And The New Civic Religion, Chapter 1: Introduction: The New Civic Religion; Historical Development Of Humanism, Chapter 2: Historical Influences Of Humanism, Chapter 3: Recent History Of Humanism; What Is Humanism, Chapter 4: What Humanists Believe, Chapter 5: The Humanist Agenda; Interaction Between Humanism And Christianity, Chapter 6: Humanism, Christianity And Science, Chapter 7: Humanism, Christianity And Creation, Chapter 8: What Humanists Believe About God, Jesus And The Bible; A Christian Way Forward Chapter 9: The Church And The World, Chapter 10: The Christian Identity, Chapter 11: A Challenge To All Believers; Resources, Chapter 12: How God Can Use You To Make A Difference, Chapter 13: Bible Studies And Discussion Questions, Chapter 14: The Authority Of The Bible, Chapter 15: Two Christian Creeds; Glossary, References And Sources, Index.