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Secularism and the eonic effect

February 27th, 2010 · No Comments

The best way to rebalance one’s thinking on secularism is to study the eonic effect, where the ‘modern transition’ is seen in its balanced complexity: The modern transition

The nature of secularism comes through in this context.

The great irony of secularism is that its place in world history and the evolution of civiization makes it fully the equivalent, not just of the Greek classical transition, but of Old Testament Axial period, which has been totally misunderstood and mythologized.
Thus the almost magical nature of the rise of secularism should leave Xtianity idiots gasping, clutching their now obsolete Bibles in vain.

Tags: secularism · The Eonic Effect

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