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A Century of Christian Social Thought

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I think it is possible to specify some reasons that, instead of seeing further from the shoulders of these giants (Leo XIII and Abraham Kuyper), we in the twentieth century have so often tumbled down from their heights. As a historian’s way of interpreting their legacy, I am drawn to the actual contexts in which the pope and Kuyper spoke in the 1890s, and so these contexts provide the structure for this paper: Words in Season; Anchors for a Tumultuous Twentieth Century; Altered Christian Circumstances; Weaknesses; Characteristics of Faithful Christian Social Thought.

Mark A. Noll, "A Century of Christian Social Thought," Journal of Markets & Morality 5, no. 1 (Spring 2002): 137-156


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