Threatened Christendom
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 22 Feb 1962, p. 182-194
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Threatened Christendom

Then and now, sixty years on. A review of how things were 60 years ago, when the "so-called Christian West calmly assumed that its domination of the world was a law of nature." How this has changed. Looking carefully at the various threats to "Christendom." The threats, with a discussion of each, include: the existence of the communist-controlled world; the emergent nations; the threat from within. The way to recovery. Four Christian convictions on which the speaker bases his argument that we must turn back to our origins and make them effective as the basis of society. Some concluding remarks, including a refusal to despair of the future.