“Although it began at a time when the older idealistic view was already being replaced by a sensate mentality, the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century reasserted an ideational worldview, placing great emphasis upon God, his will, and his Word . . . The Protestant Christianity of the Reformation represented a far-reaching effort to reverse the sensate trend of European culture and to recover the original Christian conviction that supersensory values are essential” (Harold O.J. Brown, The Sensate Culture, p. 103).
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