Kraynak, in his 2001 book Christian Faith and Modern Democracy, lists five reasons why Christianity should be resistant to the ideology of human rights:
--Duties to God and neighbor come before one’s own rights.
--Pronouncements of a hierarchically structured church grounded in divine revelation take precedence over individual conscience.
--Original sin implies distrust of weak and fallible human beings.
--The common good must come before individuals.
--Charity and sacrificial love are higher goods than the potentially selfish assertion of rights.
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