Does “Christian humanism” even exist? Is anyone really talking about it? Part I


The Vitruvian Man, Leonardo Da Vinci, ca. 1492; Wikimedia commons, public domain

Does “Christian humanism” even exist? Is anyone really talking about it?

The answers to these questions are complex and multifold. And as with any other important term, “Christian humanism” means a constellation of things for a multitude of folks.

But how about this for starters (and these are just the books I happen to have on hand) . . .

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