Jones and Zmirak examine the origins of secularism in the failures of Christians to live out their faith, and show how humanism declined inexorably into Subhumanism, the mishmash of half-Christian, half-liberal, half-cynical assertions that is the unspoken philosophy of the post-Christian West. The authors prove that while Subhumanists disavow the human-rights abuses inflicted during the 20th century, in fact their worldview offers no strong arguments to prevent such abuses happening again - perhaps in different forms. The authors dissect what Pope John Paul II called the "Culture of Death," and present five essential principles that must be embraced if we are to preserve human dignity and freedom in the 21st century.
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