This Dark Age

A manual for life in the modern world.

By Daniel Schwindt

Modern life obscures the limits of religious expansion

That “the world” could refer to anything less than the entire globe is not something comprehensible to the modern man, because for him there are not “humanities,” each with a world of its own, but only the global humanity and the globe on which it lives. This has had the effect of destroying the natural barriers to religious expansion and has led religious people to believe that, because the natural limitations have ceased to exist, that limits of any kind are purely artificial and senseless. This is because religious people in the modern world tend to be as materialistic is their non-religious contemporaries.

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