Religion: Antiseptic Christianity

Charles A. Lindbergh "grew up as a disciple of science. I know its fascination. I have felt the godlike power man derives from his machines." But in the last decade Charles Lindbergh has "seen the science I worshiped, and the aircraft I loved, destroying the civilization I expected them to serve . . . We are in the grip of a scientific materialism, caught in a vicious cycle where our security today seems to depend on regimentation and weapons which will ruin us tomorrow . . . Unless science is controlled by a greater moral force, it will become the Antichrist...

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