Christianity and Western civilization: being the Raymond Fred West memorial lectures at Stanford University, April 5-7, 1954
The author here advances the thesis that religion plays a major role in every civilization, and that certain distinctive features of our western civilization--the civilization of western Europe and of America--have been shaped chiefly by Judaeo-Graeco-Christianity, Catholic and Protestant.
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