Chance or the Dance?: A Critique of Modern Secularism



Author:  Thomas Howard

Thomas Howard lays out the fundamental question that faces us today–whether to accept a view of the world that says we are extraordinary creatures whose lives have eternal meaning or to accept a view that says we are cosmic accidents whose lives have no meaning at all. One of the best books of the latter half of the twentieth century.
— Eric MetaxasNew York Times Best-Selling Author, Bonhoeffer

This book reveals the heart of Thomas Howard’s vision and that of Christendom for nineteen centuries until the cruel restraints of modern secularism emptied the cosmos of color, heroism, and passion. If I could have everyone read just ten books, this would be one of them!
— Peter Kreeft, Ph.D., Author, I Burned for Your Peace

Imagine looking through a lens that shows the whole world in a new and brilliant light, that allows us to trace countless patterns once unseen, connect dots once unconnected, so that a universe once seemingly shattered is now seen to be marvelously woven together. Chance or the Dance? is that lens.
— Paul Thigpen, Ph.D., Author, Manual for Spiritual Warfare

Here is a book to be read and reread, to be shared and discussed, so that hopefully we can be more receptive to the grace trying to lead us to the shores of the Kingdom.
— Marcus Grodi, EWTN Host, The Journey Home; Author, Life from Our Land

Some rare books really explain things, how they are. This book is one. Howard’s poetic, reflective reminder of how we see the image of God in all things because each is made in the Word is a book that genuinely teaches and inspires.
— Fr. James V. Schall, S.J., Author, The Order of Things

160 pages (Soft Cover)


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