The Natural Family
A ManifestoBook - 2007
Sixty years ago, the UN declared the family the ?natural and fundamental? unit of society. Today no one knows what ?family? means. In response to this unprecedented confusion, The Natural Family: A Manifesto defines the family based on universal human experience. Insisting, without apology, on the reality of the ?natural family, ? the manifesto issues a personal call to men and women to rediscover the fundamental source of life, joy, and freedom. Carlson and Mero frankly admit that those who should have defended marriage were asleep when the full-scale assault on the family began in the 1960s. Even more seriously, most of them joined the assault by eventually adopting the very assumptions'philosophical, social,
Publisher: Dallas : Spence Publishing, 2007.
Branch Call Number: 306.850973
Characteristics: xiii, 256 p. ; 24 cm.
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