The Herland Report TV (HTV): Hanne Nabintu Herland speaks with reverend Dr. Reginald Davis about American moral decline and the end of the Roman Empire. What are the similarities?
Fortunate to have Dr. Davis appear on a regular basis at The Herland Report, we highly value his opinions. With deep insight into the current cultural upheaval in the United States, Dr. Davis provides thoughtful explanations into the toxic matter.
“Close to the end of the Roman Empire, there was decline in morality, decline in values, an overreach of military installations, economic problems.
There was an increasing dependence on cheap labour; there was deep division in the government, and greed on top of that. When you parallell that to what is happening in America, it is very frightening.”
We are pleased to announce new programs with Dr. Reginald Davis, who has been a professor at several universities, author, frequent radio guest and lecturer all over America, pastor of the historic First Baptist Church in Virginia. He analyses the cultural development in the US with a rare insight.
Dr. Reginald Davis states: “If we don’t get on another trajectory, we are going to experience the same fate as the Roman Empire. When you look at Wall Street, for instance, who made deals and put this country in a financial crisis, a housing crisis, and all of these executives, no one was held accountable for that. In fact, the government stepped in and assisted them, but left Main Street holding the bank.”
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“When you look at the industries and the money makers, wealth is going up, it’s not coming down. So, all of the people who are really making the money in America, their wealth is going up. Sadly, the people at the bottom are suffering.”
“The system as it is: The ultra rich at the top and the poor at the bottom. The rich don’t mind making a minor change, but they are not going to correct the larger structures. Every correction is a change, but not every change is a correction.”
“You can change the face of something, that doesn’t mean you have corrected it. Therefore, democracy is threatened because you are not saying anything about the least of these. How can we say that we are truly Christians when we are forgetting about the poor, the elderly, the sick? We are overlooking the needy.”
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