Madeline L'Engle, C.S. Lewis, and Christianity: Moving Beyond Collectivism and Individualism by Jordan Ballor

The Christian quest for the common good is not reducible either to the simple aggregate of individual goods or to the promotion of the needs of the collective at the expense of the one.

The one and the many is perhaps the oldest problem of human experience. In social thought, this problem manifests itself in the tension between collectivism and individualism.

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