We live in the twenty first century, yet I still see people herded about by those bearing the marks of religious officialdom. Whilst so much scientific knowledge abounds, and cognitive processes forged in years of education should give us the ability to think rationally, still we allow ourselves to be led like so many sheep. 566 more words
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Eric Poulin: Henry A. Giroux | Liberalism's Failures in a Time of Increasing Violence, Racism, Inequality and State Terrorism
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calls for a politics that enables people to imagine politics as a place to think critically, move beyond the tyranny of the moment, be able to connect the civic imagination with a new understanding of collective action, and demand the impossible, that is demand the promise of a radical democracy.
Christians Christians Christians. This post is a very good example of why Christianity is on the decline in America. It is not on the decline due to moral decay, nor due to people straying from the “straight and narrow.” It is on the decline because people have opened their eyes to the Colonial/Crusade/Pharisee-based indoctrination that Westernized Christianity is so diseased with. 288 more words