To Build the City of God Paperback

Living as Catholics in a Secular Age

by Brian M McCall;

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To Build the City of God

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Is man an isolated, voluntaristic, autonomous individual, as modernity would have him? Or is he subject to natural, social, and transcendent orders? Much has been written since Rerum Novarum in 1891 on the general outlines of Catholic social, economic, and political thought, but what Catholics need today is a sure guide to how to live out these principles in their daily lives. To this end, Brian McCall's To Build the City of God responds with chapters on marriage and the family, dress, education, profit and wealth, debt, politics in the age of Obama, and much more.

The modern world has erected a monstrous edifice on false principles, which, through its own intrinsic nilhilism, is hollow to the core. Given time, it must collapse, and so with clarity and insight the author points the way for Catholics to live always under the reign of Christ; and to bring His kingship to a world increasingly desperate for the only Way that can truly bind us in temporal solidarity and transcendent communion.

To Build the City of God by Brian M McCall was published by Angelico Press in July 2014. The ISBN for To Build the City of God is 9781621380733.

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Details for To Build the City of God

Page last updated 26th April 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherAngelico Press (July 2014)
Number of Pages310
Thickness18 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code4306073
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