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The Declining West Now Hates the Values that made us Great in History

The Declining West: The search for meaning beyond Materialism. Hanne Nabintu Herland

  Former Pope Benedict XVI often pointed out that the secular focus on scientific and technological progress alone has created a moral vacuum in the West. The Declining West: It has produced an atheist culture that suffers from a lack of moral energy and compassion. He deemed the lack of traditional moral standards to be the greatest threat to contemporary …

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General William Booth, the Salvation Army and its Social Revolution

General William Booth and In darkest England and the way out

  At the height of the British Empire, with its unparalleled wealth and international influence, the founder of the Salvation Army, General William Booth, wrote In darkest England and the way out (1890). General William Booth: At this time, the interiors of Africa were being penetrated by Western explorers, among them Henry Morton Stanley, who just returned from the Congo …

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The Protestant Ethic and Capitalism: The idea was to earn money, be trustworthy and have something to give to others

The American Police State: Society Is becoming a Prison Disguised as Paradise Getty

In The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, sociologist Max Weber states that when modern Capitalism took form in Protestant countries such as Switzerland and Germany about two hundred years ago, the ideal was to earn money and increase wealth – not to squander one’s income away on status, luxury and consumerism. The duty of the believer was to use …

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Jürgen Habermas: The origins of Human Rights is Christian theology in the Middle Ages and Spanish scholasticism

The origins of Human Rights is Christian theology: Hanne Nabintu Herland Hagia Sophia, Constantinople, Istanbul, Turkey, Orthodox Christianity, Herland Report

  To the surprise of many, Europe’s arguably most important intellectual, Jürgen Habermas (1929-) has made religion a major theme of his work late in life. The origins of Human Rights is Christian theology: Realizing that religion’s prominence in the public sphere has not diminished, rather on the other hand, is more vital than ever, Habermas is critical of his …

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