Author: Ernest J. Zarra III
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
The observation that the secular more greatly affects the sacred and the latter gravitates toward secularism. The evidence of this is seen in the liberalization of mainline denominations. Lowering views of the integrity of Holy Writ, ...
From educational philosophy to classroom practices, this book exposes and analyzes tactical intersections between secular humanism and religious self-worship.