Modern Philosophy 3:001 (2005)

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Marx's critique of contemporary Christianity religious humanism have a considerable impact, although both the alienation of religion have different interpretations, but they eliminate the alienation that is a prerequisite to freedom of mankind. Marxism has had an important influences upon the contemporary humanism of Christianity. Although both of them understand the religious alienation differently, they regard the elimination of this alienation as the precondition which can make the human beings free.
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