The Individualists in Church and State

by Rougemont, Fr;

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The Individualists in Church and State

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Individualism as a broad social phenomenon began to make itself felt in the 18th century, with the advent of social contract and natural rights theories. What is less well-known is that individualism also began to permeate the church at this time, providing a transmission belt enabling those esoteric theories to gain broad traction. The vehicle for this was revivalism. In this sprightly work, Frederic de Rougemont (1801-1876) provides a critique of the revivalist phenomenon and the intellectual underpinnings provided to it by the famed publicist Alexandre Vinet. The argumentation is both doctrinally sound and polemically persuasive. The spirit of the continental Reformed church wafts through it, a spirit of magisterial authority and institutional solidity such as is lacking in so much of today's church. Colin Wright has masterfully rendered the original French. Its 152 pages are well worth a close reading.


The Individualists in Church and State was published by WordBridge Publishing in February 2018. The ISBN for The Individualists in Church and State is 9789076660493.

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PublisherWordBridge Publishing (February 2018)
Product Code4550956
Page last updated 7th June 2018
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