5-10-2019

“Of all the “associational” activity that takes place in the U.S., almost half is church-related, according to Harvard sociologist Robert Putnam. Secularism, by contrast, “makes people very fragmented,” theologian Timothy Keller recently told Philanthropy magazine. “They might talk about community, but they aren’t sacrificing their own personal goals for community, as religion requires you to do.”” Karl Zinsmeister, “Want to Help American Civil Society? Bolster Churches,” City Journal, Spring 2019.

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