It’s what we have been called to practice. It’s simple, yet difficult and transcendent. And it is, perhaps, the one aspect of Christianity that has had the most impact on the shaping of modern history.
Bruce Frohnen writes:
“As with so much else, those who wish to consign religion and faith to the dustbin of historical ignorance insist on highlighting sins of cruelty associated with Christians, and especially with Christians in positions of authority. There is much to criticize. But it would be wrong to dismiss the very real improvements in accepted behavior accomplished under Christendom.”
Read more at The Imaginative Conservative.
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