Western nations have dominated much of the world for nearly five centuries. During this era, European nations - and later, the United States - gained power and spread the influence of Western civilization over much of the globe.
The last time humans had an equal society where everyone had the same standard of living was in the stone age. Everyone shared what they had with others and everyone had the same level of education.
Does Christianity have a future? The Polish thinker of the twentieth century Kolokovsky once very accurately said that the struggle against Christianity is not conducted through discussion. The main weapon is a senseless cackling.
The world echoes with cries of ‘freedom’ and ‘democracy’. But do they mean the same thing to everyone? And could misperceptions about the two words have something to do with the state the world is in?
Recently, there’s been some very impressive examples of the reawakening of Christian civilization in Eastern Europe.
African authentic culture is impacted negatively from many sides, and is a complex dilemma.
I brainstormed over the days and weeks prior to writing the first word of what would become this article today, I was confronted with a steady flow of information overload, and as I navigate through them in an attempt to make sense