Many contemporary thought leaders have spoken intriguingly about a future without Jesus or, to be more precise, a future in which the transcendent truths of the Christian faith hold little or no sway over society. More to the point, these thought leaders often pose as anthropologists who find Christianity dehumanizing and as tea-leaf readers who discern in the anfractuosities of history a movement toward a more “humanized,” Christ-less future. In this article, I wish briefly to disabuse them of this errant notion.
Among the contemporary gaggle of thought leaders, two archetypes are prevalent: the Marxist and the Individualist.
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