A World Without Heroes: The Modern Tragedy

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: George Roche

Narrated By: Robert Morris

Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks

Date: December 1998

Duration: 12 hours 29 minutes

Summary:

An elegant essay in the tradition of Chesterton, Lewis, Merton, and Muggeridge, George Roche's A World without Heroes rebukes secular humanism as the most dehumanizing force of our modern age. This ringing defense of Christianity'humorous, insightful, and uncompromising'takes careful aim at those ideas which have shriveled the will and faith of the West: Marxism, Dadaism, Aesthetism, Empiricism.

We live, says Roche, in a world without heroes, a world which rarely challenges evolution as the 'origin' of all life, an era enervated by materialism, in which to be Christian means to be stereotyped as narrow-minded, unenlightened and, worst of all, 'unscientific.' Roche denies this anti-heroic vision of humanity in a penetrating study which encompasses four centuries of cultural, intellectual, scientific, and Christian thought.

'A book the likes of which we have not seen in nearly a century: a genuine moral/cultural essay. And what George Roche has to say is not only profoundly true, it is thoroughly energizing and inspiriting.''Midge Decter, Executive Director, Committee for the Free

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A World Without Heroes: The Modern Tragedy

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