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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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We need empathy: What can motivate us to do good to others?

The need for Faith in God:Hanne Nabintu Herland Report

  This has become the age of depression and loneliness. Social bonds are withering, the atheist way of life is popular, the culture of fear is rampant – everywhere. It seems as though the more you hail free sex, the lonelier people get. How can this be? More than 50 % of the American population now live alone, writes historian …

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Religion motivates people to love one another in a way that secularism cannot

Judeo-Christian values: The Christian contributions to Western culture: Religion motivates people to love one another: The Traditional Western World View: Jerusalem Orthodox Easter, 2022

  For decades, the leading European philosopher and atheist, Jürgen Habermas has emphasized the need for moral development in the secular West. His thinking was initially considered neo-Marxist, following along the lines of the radical Frankfurt School that heavily criticized the bourgeoisie, traditional values in Europe. He sought the answers to how to live the best possible life and be …

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The Metaphysical World and its Relevance to our Existence

Judeo-Christian values: The Christian contributions to Western culture: Religion motivates people to love one another: The Traditional Western World View: Jerusalem Orthodox Easter, 2022

  The belief that human life is subordinate to God, that we are responsible for our own actions and will be judged by the Creator, is simply an unbearable thought for the non-believer. In the film version of J. R. R. Tolkien’s trilogy, “The Lord of the Rings”, directed by Peter Jackson, two of the main characters have the following …

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