Ethical Demands of Christianity by Henry H. Crane
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
Henry H. Crane gives a lecture on the ethical demands of Christianity. Mr. Crane contrasts religious ceremonial elaboration with the ethical demand of religion. He explains the fundamental ethical demands of Christianity are made clear by the example of Jesus. Mr. Crane also gives four alternative choices of actions in response to the crucifixion of Jesus and discusses how the conversion of Constantine numbed the ethical sensibilities of Christians and damned the Christian cause.
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Crane, Henry H., "Ethical Demands of Christianity by Henry H. Crane" (1960). Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection. 26.
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