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Andrew Fulford Archive Civic Polity Economics Philosophy Sacred Doctrine

Industrial Capitalism and the Subversion of Religion

At various points in the life of The Calvinist International, contributors have posed questions about the compatibility of Reformed social and political philosophy with modern capitalism. More of the story needs telling, however. In 2003,┬áDr. Christian Smith edited┬áThe Secular Revolution, which argues: …that the declining authority of religion was not the by-product of modernization, but […]

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Archive Nota Bene Steven Wedgeworth The Natural Family

Modernity as Sexlessness

The Guardian has a downright amazing even if uncomfortable article on the disappearance of sex in Japan. Several explanations are given for why younger people are choosing to remain single, but a few center around the current social economy. Some argue that the modern world makes sex and, particularly, meaningful personal relationships, just too difficult: […]