Secular Christianity [Book Review]

Review of Metaphysics 20 (4):733-733 (1967)

Christian secularism is here the equivalent of theistic naturalism. It is sharply distinguished both from the more radical secularism of Van Buren and the death of God theologians, and from the supernaturalism of traditional Christian views of history, which deny its autonomy by affirming special divine breakthroughs into it and a mode of human existence transcending it. The book is less a case for Christian secularism than an account of what it is, or rather, what it is not. Its three divisions are entitled "Faith," "History," and "Secularism."—M. W.
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Contemporary Philosophy  General Interest
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DOI revmetaph1967204172
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