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Geloven in de toekomst by Hans Geybels
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Geloven in de toekomst

by Hans Geybels

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Bundel korte verkenningen van de huidige samenleving, en het toekomstperspectief. Gemeenschappelijk is het vertrouwen in de toekomst, gebaseerd op een christelijke visie. Leek interessant als opzet (tegengewicht tegen het overheersende cultuurpessimisme), maar de artikels zijn te kort om echt zoden aan de dijk te zetten. Zoals altijd bij zo'n verzameling is het niveau erg ongelijk. ( )
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