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Restoring character: Moral communities as a path to common virtue

“It is the evacuation of depth, stability, and substance of culture where we witness the death of character.” –James Davison Hunter
Christians and conservatives have long despaired over the “loss of American values,” decrying the erosion of public virtue and the disintegration of morals. As researchers like Charles Murray and Robert Putnam have duly confirmed, the fabric of community life and civil society is continuing to fray across America.
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