WARNING

NOT EVERYTHING THAT

CALLS ITSELF ORTHODOX IS

TRULY ORTHODOX


The above warning was given to me when I first met Orthodoxy in 1986. Today [2009] it is even more perilous, even more difficult to find the Royal Path. For one thing there is a far greater abundance of misinformation. And many materials are missing, and other materials are being rapidly rewritten. For another thing there are fewer than ever guides remaining on the Royal Path, especially who speak English. Hopefully this website will be a place where Newcomers to the Faith can keep at least one foot on solid ground, while they are "exploring."


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01 June 2013

Humanism

Humanism and Christianity
A 1984 United Methodist adult Sunday school classroom study program

Steve Hallman. "Christianity and Humanism: A Study in Contrasts."
A special 24-page insert in the March 1991 issue of the American Family Association Journal. Available as a 24-page reprint from the American Family Association, Post Office Drawer 2440, Tupelo, Mississippi 38803. Topics covered include the background and growth of Humanism, ethics, doctrine of man, human sexuality, law and government, and the Christian response.  http://www.ewtn.com/library/PROLENC/ENCYC036.HTM

This is written from a heterodox point of view, yet it is still presents a clear and excellent understanding of humanism.


   24 pages
Introduction
Ch. 1 Background and Growth of Humanism
Ch. 2 Ethics
Ch. 3 Doctrine of Man
Ch. 4 Human Sexuality
Ch. 5 Law and Government
Ch. 6 Christian Response
Notes

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