History, Secularity and the Nova Effect (Laing Lectures 2001)

Speaker(s): Charles Taylor
Date: Winter 2001
Length: 5:22:38
Product ID: RGDL3065S

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This series explores some of the crucial dynamics and stresses of the interaction between religion and modern society. Lectures include:

  • Modern Society (Response by David Ley)
  • The Nova Effect (Response by Stanley J. Grenz)
  • History Lessons for the Christian Church (Response by John G. Stackhouse Jr.)

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Charles Taylor is Emeritus of Philosophy at McGill University in Montreal. In addition to being a leading theorist of the intellectual movement known as "communitarianism," he had been actively involved in politics in both Quebec and Canada. He is the author of thirteen books, including Hegel and Modern Society and Sources of the Self: The Making of the Modern Identity.

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