Friday Nov 05, 2021

Abstract Of Christian Philosophy | Social Knowledge

Abstract Of Christian Philosophy | Social Knowledge

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Americans once enjoyed great individual freedom from both a government and a social perspective. Neither has been perfect, but perfect is in the eye of the beholder. The government did well throughout much of American history to leave its citizens alone. Likewise, the social constraints to which Americans have been subject over time have lacked any form of totalitarian control. That fact has changed drastically in recent years, but until the era of Covid, we have enjoyed much leeway in our ability to function socially in America.

The recent shift in social trends began roughly in the 1990s. During this period, the freedoms we experienced were detached from any sense of personal responsibility. Morality was heavily redefined to suit humanistic postmodern worldviews. Perverse lifestyles became the norm, any form of conservative morality came to be identified with bigotry. Media, television, movies, radio, and the internet evolved into echo chambers for perversion. Public schools, which were established to enforce propaganda, teach children to live the most deviant lifestyles. Every new idea is considered revolutionary, not in the sense of brilliance, but rather in line with Marxist strategem and intent.

The victims of these revolutionary ideas are given ultimatums, join the mob and echo their ideas, or be met with unrighteous indignation. Taboo has become mainstream in the new morality. These facts are highly problematic as significant portions of our daily working knowledge are supplied by our immediate society and thereby socially constructed. Knowledge of this sort is necessary for us to engage in decision-making processes. Men are often inadequately prepared to make important life decisions, but removing dependence upon God greatly compounds this reality. 

 

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