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Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1 Freedom, Grade, and Nature Section 1: Renaissance and Reformation Section 2: A New England Revival Section 3: The Lingering Sense of Sin Chapter 2 Self and Society Section 1: Individualism and Fellowship Section 2: Personal Integrity and General Chaos Section 3: The Religion of Social Solidarity Chapter 3 Pragmatism and Idealism Section 1: The Affirmation of Practical Life Section 2: The Search For A Higher Power Section 3: Multiplicity and Unity Chapter 4 From Beloved Community To Mass Society Section 1: The Transformation of Sin And Redemption Section 2: The Primacy of Social Experience Section 3: The Equalization of Life Chapter 5 Toward A New Christian Humanism Section 1: Religion and Democracy Section 2: Rethinking Human Nature Section 3: Societies Secular And Sacred Endnotes Index
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Theological anthropology -- Christianity.
Theology, Doctrinal -- History.
Christianity and religious humanism.