We’re more Christian than we know.
As we’ll discuss in this piece, liberal humanism looks pretty similar to a godless protestantism.
In other words, you could say that subsequent belief systems post-Christianity — Scientism, Communism, Liberalism, Wokeism, among others — all have Christian roots. They’ve taken the same religious architecture, but dropped the ontological assumptions. The same ethics, but without the metaphysics: Christianity without Christ.
How could this be true?
Read the full article by Erik Torenberg on his substack here.