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While faith in Jesus Christ has never come easily, there are certain features of modern-and now purportedly "postmodern"-societies which make Christian faith and discipleship particularly perplexing. These features are commonly discussed under the heading of "secularization," a term which points to the fact that traditional Christian understanding and institutions have grown progressively less influential within contemporary society and culture. By drawing on the insights of a number of prominent social thinkers, this course aims to provide students with a theoretical and practical understanding of the processes of modernization and secularization, their impact upon Christian theology and their impact upon (post)modern discipleship.
Craig Gay lectures in the area of Christianity and Culture, directs Regent’s ThM degree program, and edits Crux, Regent’s journal of Christian thought and opinion. He is the author of Dialogue, Catalogue and Monologue, Cash Values: The Value of Money the Nature of Worth, The Way of the (Modern) World, With Liberty and Justice for Whom? and he co-edited (with C. Peter Molloy) The Way of Truth in the Present Age. Craig has contributed chapters to a number of collections on the subjects of “modernity,” “secularization” and “economic ethics” and his articles and reviews have appeared in Christian Scholar’s Review, American Journal of Sociology, Crux and Markets & Morality. An active member of St. John’s (Shaughnessy) Anglican Church, Craig and his wife, Julie, have four children.
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