A Newbiginian Revolution
Whatever one’s ultimate beliefs may be (and there is complete freedom to cultivate and express them) one relies on them less and less as a source either of knowledge or of guidance. One concentrates on acquiring the technical knowledge necessary to solve problems one by one as they come along. The question whether one is a Hindu or a Moslem is increasingly unimportant; the main matter is to enlist all the talent available to to meet the problems of industrialization, land reform, population control and the rest.
Lesslie Newbigin, Honest Religion for Secular Man (1966 ed) p16
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