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"Paradoxically, although modernity appeared to be a threat to Christianity, it had been nurtured, in significant part, by Christ
Religion and Theology
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Christianity and Modernity Name: Institution: Date of submission: Christianity is a religion that believes in God, Jesus Christ and the Bible (Frend, 1985, 10). For over 2000 years, the proportion of Christians in the world has been high as compared to that of other religions.
Modernity mainly believes in what it sees and in the current living style only. It is for this reason that modernity is greatly affected by factors such as fashion trends, money, and status. On the other hand, Christianity believes that there is something more to staying alive and surviving in the world (Asad, 2003, 18). Therefore, clearly it appears modernity may be a threat to Christianity (Augustine, Pusey & William, 2011, 32). However, despite these threats caused by modernity, it has been found that it is actually Christianity that has fuelled modernity into place. Through a large number of factors, Christianity has significantly nurtured modernity and caused it to develop in the society. Although modernity has brought about poor moral values that were not there in the traditional world, most of these traits mainly arise from Christianity in a broad sense. In addition, the way in which Christian beliefs are changing with time, they may give rise to modernity (Augustine, Pusey & William, 2011, 33). This is because; modernity is not an original lifestyle. It a living style that has grown from what was originally in the world. ...
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