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No History; No Authority

The contemporary secular project’s repudiation of the past is an inescapable result of its core assumption about human identity, which has a view of the unfettered primacy of the individual. Such a self-determined identity will, by definition, seek to cast off any external authority. The repudiation of the past represents the casting off of external traditions, expectations, stories, and God that might dare function as an authority. The church too, seems to want to ignore its past for similar reasons, hoping it can move forward as the world moves forward without a restraining pull from behind. The church must protest the world’s repudiation of history, first, by not taking part in such repud

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