Upon returning to England 1974, after having served as a missionary to India for four decades, Lesslie Newbigin wrestled with the question of how to bring the West into a missionary encounter with the gospel. His contention was that the Western church in general, and the English church in specific, has unconsciously been captivated by [ Read More ]
Tag "Pierre Manent"
One of the most intriguing writers I’ve encountered recently is French political philosopher Pierre Manent. I’ve just now finished Beyond Radical Secularism: How France and the Christian West Should Respond to the Islamic Challenge (2015) and thought it worth while to trace the main contours of the book. I’ll summarize briefly, with minimal interaction. Manent’s [ Read More ]