"The Unintended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution Secularized Society" by Brad S. Gregory

Wednesday, 02 Jan 2013

Secularism, pluralism, individualism, freedom, rights, toleration’whatever. In his book, The Unintended Reformation, Notre Dame professor of history Brad Gregory provides a provocative examination of the moral decline of modern society. Troubled by the pluralism and secularism surrounding him, he argues that the Reformation produced a profound shift in attitudes toward truth and ethics. Starting with the Middle Ages and proceeding to the twenty-first century, Gregory attempts to offer a comprehensive analysis of the last millennium. Each chapter examines one of six realms in which Gregory believes that the Protestant Reformation negatively impacted the modern world: science, ...

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