Generational Change: Religion or Spirituality

Christianity has been steadily declining in America for several decades. Beginning with the Baby Boomers, the percentage of people who identify themselves as Christians has decreased with each passing generation. The advent of this decrease coincided with the scientific and technology advancements the 1950s. Televisions had become the primary source of news and entertainment. Access... Continue Reading →

Learn From the Past: Christianity Pt. 3

The Crusades, which spanned over two hundred years, demonstrated the power wielded through a political-religious alliance. Increasing corruption resulted in enormous wealth being amassed within the Roman Catholic church and within religious societies like the Knights Templar and Jesuits. In addition to conquered lands and their spoils, the church granted indulgences through service or monetary... Continue Reading →

Learn From the Past: Judaism

As previously discussed, polytheistic/pantheistic/pagan religions have been most notable for flexibility and adaptation to societal changes. Deities changed names, new deities were added, new practices are blended or adopted, and selective application is permitted. This accentuates the contrast of monotheism. Judiaism, Christianity, and Islam are the only monotheistic religions. God has been called by many... Continue Reading →

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