Herman Bavinck: A Short Biography [...]
Russell Kirk said, "Our twentieth-century world has experienced the hideous consequences of the collapse of belief in a moral order." If we in society exchange belief in objective morality --a transcendent moral order-- for clever sophism is indubitably to commit moral suicide.
Protestants have generally held a pro-life position. It is impracticable and infeasible to protect life when you are unarmed and helpless.
Kant, growing up in a Protestant family--yet rejecting theology--alienated the doctrine of vocation and created a secularized version. Thus, Kant influenced Marx with a global impact.