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Liberal Learning and the Great Christian Traditions

Edited by Gregory W. Jenkins and Jonathan Yonan

Foreword by Stratford Caldecott

Epilogue by Phillip Cary

Published by: Wipf and Stock Publishers

168 Pages, 6.00 x 9.00 x 0.34 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781625643735
  • Published: July 2015

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  • 9781498279963
  • Published: July 2015

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As an aspect of civic humanism, the liberal arts comprehended the skills necessary to realize the common good of free citizens within a free society, the mental habits basic to citizenship as preached and taught in the classical, medieval, and Renaissance worlds. The liberal arts formed people with the virtues proper to civic life. The Church has never been quiet about these issues. In every age Christians have addressed themselves to what the human animal is that such a being can be trained in civic virtue, and how this can best be done, why Christians should care, and what Faith has to say on such matters as profane learning. This book's essays explore how the various Christian Traditions have taken up the question of liberal learning by setting it within the context of their own peculiar idioms and histories.
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