Drei Generationen, die die Welt Verwendelten

Im 20. Jahrhundert gab es in der Welt Verändungen, davon die Menschen in früheren Zeiten nur träumen könnten. Dieses Prozess dauerte drei Generationen, wie folgt. Durch den Ersten Weltkrieg verloren die Königshäuser ihre Macht. Die Frauen gewannen ihr Abstimmungsrecht. Durch den Zweiten Weltkrieg sind neue Recht an die Menschen angekommen. Die Frauen gewannen ihr Recht

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Cain and Martha: The Rejected Ones Come Home

In Heilsgeschichte, or Principle of Restoration, there is always a child that is left behind or a woman that is less loved. At some point in history–and I believe this point is now, namely, after 2012–there comes a time when a reckoning must be made with all of these children left behind and women who

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Die Traumwelt von Schönheit und Liebe

Wenn wir Gott als Designer ansehen, können wir uns fragen: Was war das große Design Gottes? Was ist die Traumwelt des Schöpfers? Von Luthers Bibel wissen wir dass “Gott sprach: Laßt uns Menschen machen, ein Bild, das uns gleich sei, die da herrschen über die Fische im Meer und über die Vögel unter dem Himmel

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Let’s Make 2016 a Great Year—A Year of Hope!

I am very hopeful for 2016. I see progress in the three areas that must be improved in the world if we are to have peace and prosperity for all. The three crucial areas are: the liberation of women, the eradication of poverty, and the inclusion of disadvantaged children in education.

A Christmas Message 2015: Age of Woman, Age of Hope

For those who believe in the teachings of the Bible, we are living the history of bringing back the Adam and Eve, who died at the dawn of human history after eating of the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil. For those who believe in the theory of evolution, humans are

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Fundamental Equality and Functional Difference: A Back-to-the-Body Perspective

  Ever since the French Revolution of 1789, people all over the world have endeavored to live in a society of liberty, equality, and brotherhood, proclaiming the French Revolution’s motto: Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité. In this article, I discuss the basic equality of all people, which comes from the body. Next, I show that people can

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A Life of Aretē: Excellence

Suppose you were living at the time of Isocrates in Greece (436-338 BCE), and you were about to start your education under Isocrates, one of the great educators of ancient Greece. Early on in your education you would probably hear about “Gnothi seauton” (‘Know yourself’) and Aretē (‘excellence’).

The Child is the Destiny: A Back-to-the-Body Perspective

There is a theme that is very fond to me: on becoming a child. I was thinking about this theme today, and sure enough, one my friends sent me an image of a child with the oft-quoted Biblical passage, “Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom

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Celibacy: A Back-to-the-Body Perspective

The French sociologist Émile Durkheim stated in The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life (1915) that, if something exists in society as a “human institution,” then it is impossible for it to rest on an error or a lie. I believe celibacy is a human institution, because it exists today and has existed throughout history.

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¿De Dónde, de Quién la Verdad? — Consideraciones Bajo la Perspectiva “De Regreso al Cuerpo”

El postulado máximo de la perspectiva “De regreso al cuerpo” es que dentro del cuerpo humano tenemos la fuente suprema de la verdad de universo. O sea, cada persona puede decir: “Yo soy la verdad.” Pero eso es como tener una biblioteca en casa. Sólo por tener allí la biblioteca no significa que tendrá conocimientos

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