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By William BrossAuthor: William Bross. Super Scholar’s 20 most influential Christian scholars have profoundly influenced the world by advancing Christian belief, by reconceptualizing it, or even by fundamentally challenging it.
In any case, each of the thinkers below has deeply impacted Western culture’s self-understanding. One could not say today, as Tocqueville said in the s, that all commerce and activity stops on Sunday or that everyone in American public life is obliged to profess respect for Christian morality.
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He traveled to America in the s to discover the reasons for the incredible success of this new nation. He published his observations in his classic two-volume work, Democracy in America.
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