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A Comparison of the Moral Values of Christianity and of Humanism
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acceptance altruism analysis aspect aspiration assertion attitude cerning character structure Christian belief Christian faith Christian interpretation Christian love Christian philosophy Christianity is true classical physics concept concerning contemporary conviction course cultivation derives desire discovery divine efficient causality emphasis empiricism epistemological Erich Fromm essential eternal example existence expression fact failure function fundamental values genuine gift of grace glimpse God's hence hope for immortality human values hypothesis ideal illumination important individual individual's instrument intel intellectual language of religion man's mature ment metaphysical metaphysical realism moral development moral earnestness moral nature moral values naturalistic one's pantheism peace person pertain point of view possess possible potentialities present problem of evil realm rebirth relation relevant religious development religious insight religiously significant requires scientific secular sense spiritual development Stoicism suffering summum bonum task teleology theism tion transformation Trinitarian understanding valuational capacities valuational development valuational nature vidual virtue well-being