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McCabe, Joseph


Real and Unreal Moral Law




Haldeman-Julius Publications




Girard, KS












Quoted from Chapter 1, p. 19.

"The Christian ethic is not unique but is a synthesis of moral ideas of the time. It is not superior to other ethical systems of the period but in most important respects, both as regards its foundation and the details, it is much inferior to contemporary codes. It did not work as some say. In the 2nd Century the Church itself became corrupt: in the 4th Century,
when it became wealthy, it sank deeper into corruption. From about the year 600 to the year 1500, when the Church was at the height of its power, Christendom, Greek and Latin, was more conspicuous for sexual license and cruelty, the two vices which the code most stringently forbade, than any ancient civilization had been during an equal length of time. But that is another story."

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