The End of Christendom

The End of Christendom Christendom according to Malcolm Muggeridge is something quite different from Christianity Christ said his kingdom was not of this world Christendom on the other hand is of this world and like ever

  • Title: The End of Christendom
  • Author: Malcolm Muggeridge
  • ISBN: 9780802818379
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Paperback
  • Christendom according to Malcolm Muggeridge, is something quite different from Christianity Christ said his kingdom was not of this world Christendom on the other hand, is of this world and, like every other human creation, subject to decay and eventual desolation In this book, Muggeridge perceptively explores the downfall of Christendom, indicating some of the contribuChristendom according to Malcolm Muggeridge, is something quite different from Christianity Christ said his kingdom was not of this world Christendom on the other hand, is of this world and, like every other human creation, subject to decay and eventual desolation In this book, Muggeridge perceptively explores the downfall of Christendom, indicating some of the contributing factors in its collapse.

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    1 thought on “The End of Christendom”

    1. 1980, no good w/o God, Blaise Pascal, highest aspiration to see God, misuse of words are undoing love freedom liberation to facilitate more ill of abortion and marriage, current times focused on trite, humility a condition of virtue, faith as received by heart not reason, arrogance of mind produced the devil see Dostoyevsky book, see also decline of west per Solzhenitsyn Harvard lecture, also John Henry Newman, civilizations wax and wane, excessive self-indulgence break down of law/order and soc [...]

    2. Although I don't agree with many of Muggeridge"s conservative views, I found this to be a compelling discussion of the place of Christianity in the modern era.

    3. If you've ever listened to Ravi Zacharias, the name of Malcolm Muggeridge is familiar to you. When I came across this small 62 page book at my Mom's, I had to ask to borrow it, to read directly from this oft-quoted man. I didn't know anything about it when I started on it, so I wasn't sure what Muggeridge meant by the "end of Christendom". This is actually the transcript of the inaugural address of the Pascal Lectures on Christianity and the University, at University of Waterloo, given by Mugger [...]

    4. Although this book is a little dated (it was published in 1980), it is still quite relevant to the Christian living in the Western World. Malcolm Muggeridge offers both hope and perspective for Christians, who are nervous about the diminishing of the Christianity's place in Western society and culture. Even if individuals don't agree with everything he has written, I believe they will find much on which they can reflect and find hope.

    5. Book contains two inaugural addresses by Muggeridge at initial Pascal Lectures on Christianity at University of Waterloo in 1978. Following quote summarizes: "Amid the shambles of Christendom [lecture 1] I feel a renewed confidence in the light of the Christian revelation with which it first began [lecture 2].

    6. There is a lot of great stuff in here, nice gems.Simple, but powerful. Thank you Mr. Muggeridge, I look forward to seeing(reading) you.

    7. Just finished rereading Muggeridge’s END OF CHRISTENDOM, which I enjoyed. But I did not enjoy it as much as when I first came across it around 1982. What struck me as heroic the first time I read it took on shades of smugness this time. He was so confident and almost satisfied that humanity was doomed. Perhaps, as I get older, I feel more the tragedy in humanity’s fallenness and more hopeful about the implications of our being made in God’s image. As a young man, I enjoyed the vicarious th [...]

    8. Like reading the thoughts of someone who has trained himself to correctly think on deep values and subjects. Recommend this book!

    9. Refreshing writer. If you believe the mainstream media and love the worldly institutions you will not like this book.

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