Along with rest of our lives, it easy to fabricate a spiritual enclave in which we can live without encountering anything we don’t like.
Return of the Strong Gods is for the most part a critique of American social and political thought since World War II.
Del Noce perceived that this combination of destructive skepticism and romantic optimism was unstable, and that skepticism and relativism were bound to defeat and consume the romantic and optimistic revolutionary side of Marxism. When the proletariat didn’t rise up in revolution but instead were able to buy toasters and refrigerators and automobiles that were not available in socialist countries, the doom of the Soviet Union was sealed.
The University of Notre Dame is looking at eliminating one of the two mandatory theological requirements for its undergraduate students. But why should this matter to readers of Covenant?
For starters, it's a $17 hamburger. That alone merits at least a raised eyebrow.