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Man is premised on the fact that most individuals in our culture have, over the last two generations especially, drifted beyond rebellion or rejection of spiritual matters into a purely worldly menu of causes to explain what occurs to them. Nonetheless, the spiritual—in a universal sense although here it is referenced by the Judeo-Christian tradition—retains, strangely, its capacity to condition and inform our sense of the man-character’s life.

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