The fall of Christendom and the rise of secularism has profound consequences for our understanding of the human person.
- Peter Sellick
The latter would have it that humanity is but a species among species. This is so because nature is taken as the primary source of our being.
Human beings are biological.
The other view of humanity is that, of course it is biological, but the essence of our being is not to be found in our DNA but in culture, particularly religious culture.
The jumping off…