Forgetting God

Yancey, Philip
September 2004
Christianity Today;Sep2004, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p104
Discusses the influence of the Christian gospel on social values. Information on the monastic cycle pattern of social values; Role of religion in generating social values; Analysis of the trends in social values.


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