The Collapse Of The Therapeutic Revolution

In the end the therapeutic revolution appears to have gotten one thing terribly wrong. And that one thing is its opening premise: the reduction of the moral to the therapeutic.

Wilfrid McClay | “The Family That Shoulds Together,” The Hedgehog Review 15 (2013) (via Carl Trueman)


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  1. Salvation separated from judgment; the diminution of God’s wrath, love being of his essence rather than an attribute, the consequences of sin–in its temporal and eternal effects–with little if any reference to chastisement or punishment, Latitudinarianism: …lots of things seem to have led to the resurgence of Moralism…

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