Anyone with any interest in history or theology should read this book.
This is a good discussion of Christianity's influence on much of our modern society's cultural accomplishments, including science, capitalism, democracy and freedom.
Along they way, Stark makes some iconoclastic statements and backs them up with sound argument.
This book is an excellent book on the real reasons and places capitalism started.Published 12 days ago by William S Howell
Stark makes many clearly, concise, and coherent points throughout this book. However, he does, at times, trip over his own facts that seem to undermine his case. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Robert K. Van Ness
good explanation of how our country became to be so successful.Published 28 days ago by Kenneth D. Hester
a must read for every college or even highschooler and of course also for the adultsPublished 1 month ago by V. Pense
This book explains that Capitalism is not about getting rich. Capitalism is not greed. Greed is not capitalism
At the end of the first millennium, European monasteries were... Read more
A great perspective on Christianity's influence of Western Civilization. A must read!Published 2 months ago by Charlie
a spectacular book. A crucial thesis ably explained and defended.Published 3 months ago by Ken Hagerty
"A tour de force... a fun book to read, full of anecdote and incident...delights as well as instructs."
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Stark does a great job recaping reason and its growth while treating faith with respect.Published 4 months ago by ojisama