God's Voice in a Secular Society

A Christian Perspective

in European Judaism
Trevor Wedman University of Leipzig, Germany

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The following is a reflection on the way in which we can comprehend the divine in the secular world. The article attempts to show that the concept of God does not necessarily conflict in any way with secularism as such. Rather, the article suggests that the obscuring of God's voice can be attributed much more to the duelling modernist tendencies of Manichaeism on the one side, and value-nihilism on the other.

Contributor Notes

Trevor Wedman is an attorney and doctoral researcher at the Institute for Philosophy at the University of Leipzig.

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