By Jay Newman
During this wide philosophical exam of the connection among faith and the family members, Jay Newman delves into matters referring to Biblical faith, tradition, sociology, and family members values. He keeps that fresh media debates in regards to the Bible and kinfolk values have obscured the complicated courting among the family members and religion.Focusing on how the relations values that the Biblical literature imparts can be relevant--or irrelevant--to kinfolk difficulties and different cultural difficulties in a latest Western democracy, this learn contributes to the knowledge of simple cultural relatives among faith and the kin. After reflecting at the results of a lot Biblical educating at the relations, the publication proceeds to discover the cultural and existential value of pageant and cooperation among Biblical faith and the kinfolk.
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Werkmeister observed, over thirty years ago, that, “New insights and a better understanding of the basic issues involved in our valuations have been achieved”; but he immediately added that, Introduction S 23 it has also become evident that the crucial problems are much more complex and much more far-reaching in their ramiﬁcations than they appear to be at ﬁrst sight. The multitude of conﬂicting value theories is in itself evidence of this fact. 60 Given the scope of our inquiry, we cannot do justice here to such issues,61 so some rudimentary observations will have to sufﬁce for our purposes.
See, for example, Tim LaHaye, The Battle for the Family (Old Tappan, NJ: Fleming H. Revell, 1982); David Neff, “American Babel” (editorial), Christianity Today 36, no. 9 (17 August 1992), 18–19; James Dobson, “Why I Use ‘Fighting Words’,” Christianity Today 39, no. 7 (19 June 1995), 27–30. 4. See, for example, Bob Frishman, American Families: Responding to the ProFamily Movement (Washington, DC: People for the American Way, 1984), esp. pp. 43– 49; James W. Skillen, “The Political Confusion of the Christian Coalition,” The Christian Century 112, no.
P. 2. 2. James Davison Hunter, Culture Wars: The Struggle to Deﬁne America (New York: Basic Books, 1991), esp. p. 176; John D. Woodbridge, “Culture War Casualties,” Christianity Today 39, no. 3 (6 March 1995), 20–26. 3. See, for example, Tim LaHaye, The Battle for the Family (Old Tappan, NJ: Fleming H. Revell, 1982); David Neff, “American Babel” (editorial), Christianity Today 36, no. 9 (17 August 1992), 18–19; James Dobson, “Why I Use ‘Fighting Words’,” Christianity Today 39, no. 7 (19 June 1995), 27–30.
Biblical Religion and Family Values: A Problem in the Philosophy of Culture by Jay Newman