AbstractWhat Gerhart Niemeyer emphasized in the fullness of his life and the appreciation for tradition he developed over many years suggests that he would want us to learn especially from his way to a well-worn path. The image of such a path is taken from one of his eulogies of tradition. It is along such paths, he thought, that you should build your road. This essay is the fruit of the beginning of an inquiry into his way to that path. The question for consideration is how his Christian faith emerged in the course of a life concerned with politics and political philosophy.
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