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Archbishop Chaput has offered a very important contribution to the conversation on the cultural crisis of our time. In particular, the chapter on Hope may be one of the most profound reflections ever written on the topic. Strangers in a Strange Land is published at about the same time as Rod Dreher's The Benedict Option and Anthony Esolen's Out of the Ashes. Chaput's offering is different from but complements these two books, and together they each remind us of the most important things, things lost and things worth recovering, in a post-Christian world.
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Archbishop Chaput has a wonderful gift for analyzing and summarizing the crisis of faith in our culture and world today. But what's more is that he offers the reader practical and intelligent advice on how we can respond effectively to that crisis, careful to avoid the opposing pitfalls of cultural syncretism and culture escapism.
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