The Christian Point

McCorry, Vincent P.
April 1970
America;4/4/1970, Vol. 122 Issue 13, p378
The author reflects on the course of religion in the 20th century. He argues that the new religion is strictly materialistic. Knowledge on science and technology were to free Western man from the bond religious inhibitions and superstitions. An overview of the economic depression, cold war, and secularism are offered. The author suggests that Christians must love God in times of problems, and serve Him through their labor.


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