The New Enlightenment

The New Enlightenment [PDF / Epub] ☉ The New Enlightenment ❤ Grady E. Means – Oknalubliniec.eu It Is With This Premise That This Author Starts His Quest Has Religion In The Past 30 Centuries Been A Cause Of Human Problems Instead Of A Solution Is Religion Often A Proxy For Tribal And National Interests Are Doctrinal Religions Becoming Especially Dangerous Today As The Philosophical Underpinnings For Increasingly Destructive Political Movements Based Upon Uncompromising, Fundamentalist Viewpoints In This Profound And Intriguing Philosophical Treatise, Grady Means Argues Effectively That Humans Are Spirit Seeking Creatures Who Need A Different God Than The Anthropomorphic Deities Advanced By Doctrinal Religions To Overcome The Effects Of Traditional Theonomics Religions As Fundamentally Economic And Political Entities, Driven By Predictable Forces Of Supply And Demand Mankind Must Seek Out A New Rationalism, Not Unlike That Of The 18th Century And The Founding Of America, In Which Humans Find Spiritual Comfort Through Their Free Minds And Souls.

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[PDF / Epub] ☉ The New Enlightenment  ❤ Grady E. Means – Oknalubliniec.eu
  • Paperback
  • 292 pages
  • The New Enlightenment
  • Grady E. Means
  • English
  • 14 September 2017
  • 1935097180

10 thoughts on “The New Enlightenment

  1. says:

    I won this book in Goodreads First Reads Odds 10 copies available, 683 people requesting 1.5% Now that final exams are over, I ve picked up this book so I can finally review it I ve only read the back cover and a bit of the Author s Introduction so far, and I kinda disagree with the premise so far If religions could be madereasonable they could become apositive force and begin to achieve their core purpose of spiritual guidance I guess that depends on what the author I won this book in Goodreads First Reads Odds 10 copies available, 683 people requesting 1.5% Now that final exams are over, I ve picked up this book so I can finally review it I ve only read the back cover and a bit of the Author s Introduction so far, and I kinda disagree with the premise so far If religions could be madereasonable they could become apositive force and begin to achieve their core purpose of spiritual guidance I guess that depends on what the author means by reasonable , and I guess that s why I m reading this book to find out what the author proposes We are in new and dangerous times, and the historic course that religions have taken for thousands of years is making the situation worse Okay times are always new and dangerous, at any point in history I mean for those living the times although we may no longer find the history new and dangerous, because it s in the past I gues...

  2. says:

    I received this book from Goodreads Giveaways as a First Read book Very thought provoking book about how to maneuver in our world Detailed, well written, and excellently researched I suggest anyone looking for a refreshing, new approach to d...

  3. says:

    Although not what I was expecting, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book I think it is about time that the true nature of religions is exposed to the world especially with the rapid rise of globalization, where cultures can no longer remain isolated from each other as they were able to do in the past, and therefore have to directly deal with their differences My main critique against religions which was pointed out in The New Enlightenment is the fact that religions choose to be exclusive Although not what I was expecting, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book I think it is about time that the true nature of religions is exposed to the world especially with the rapid rise of globalization, where cultures can no longer remain isolated from each other as they were able to do in the past, and therefore have to directly deal with their differences My main critique against religions which was pointed out in The New Enlightenment is the fact that religions choo...

  4. says:

    received advanced copy through Goodreads First Reads Giveaway.This book had a lot of potential, but I couldn t get into the author s writing style I also expecteddepth to the arguments he posed I m not fond of authors who make grand generalizations without backing up their arguments, and unfortuna...

  5. says:

    information on this book at www.thenewenlightenmentbook.comand two good reviews on www. Really interesting, original food for thought in this book.also it is available on Kindle which is great

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