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Sexual Revolution: The Brutal Facts Are On the Table

www.kirkdurston.com presented the famous 600-page “Sex and Culture” by Oxford social anthropologist J.D. Unwin, not a believer, who examined the data from 86 societies and civilizations. Unwin …More
www.kirkdurston.com presented the famous 600-page “Sex and Culture” by Oxford social anthropologist J.D. Unwin, not a believer, who examined the data from 86 societies and civilizations. Unwin wanted to see if there is a relationship between sexual freedom and the flourishing of cultures. The book was published in 1936.
Unwin found that increased sexual constraints always led to increased flourishing of a culture. Conversely, increased sexual freedom always led to the collapse of a culture three generations later. His data revealed that the single most important correlation with the flourishing of a culture was whether pre-nuptial chastity was required or not.
The highest flourishing cultures require pre-nuptial chastity coupled with “absolute monogamy”. Developped cultures that retained this combination for at least three generations exceeded all other cultures in every area, including literature, art, science, furniture, architecture, engineering, and agriculture. When strict …More
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Bishop Refuses to Participate in Coronavirus Hysteria

Bishop Refuses to Participate in Coronavirus Hysteria More than the coronavirus epidemic, we have to fear the epidemic of fear, Monsignor Pascal Roland, the bishop of Belley-Ars, France, wrote to …More
Bishop Refuses to Participate in Coronavirus Hysteria
More than the coronavirus epidemic, we have to fear the epidemic of fear, Monsignor Pascal Roland, the bishop of Belley-Ars, France, wrote to his faithful. The parish of the saint Curé d’Ars is part of his diocese. Roland refuses to give in to collective panic and to submit to the precautionary principle that moves civil institutions. Quote, “I do not intend, therefore, to issue any particular instructions for my diocese.”
Remember the Plague
Roland recalls the much more serious situations of the great plagues when the sanitary means were not those of today. Then, the Christians distinguished themselves through collective prayer, as well as by helping the sick. They neither turned away from God nor shunned their fellow human beings.
Losing God Makes Fearful
Today’s collective panic reveals our distorted relationship with death and shows the anxiety-provoking effects of the loss of God, the bishop explains. We pretend to master …More
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