Tag: sociology

Bonhoeffer on stupidity (entire quote)


Some of my readers will now understand why I am a bit of a recluse.  – oz May 11, 2016 at 10:23 am Leave a comment Taken from a circular letter, addressing many topics, written to three friends and co-workers in the conspiracy against… Continue Reading “Bonhoeffer on stupidity (entire quote)”

The Metaphysics of the Law of Community


To the degree a man withdraws from community,  God withdraws His divine guidance. It has been written and accepted by many that God created Eve because “It is not good for man to be alone”.  I dare say the reverse is also true and further… Continue Reading “The Metaphysics of the Law of Community”

The Law of Community Pt. II: Mennonites & Amish, by Dr. Omar


The longest standing and truly Christian Communities are the rural havens of the Mennonite and Amish clans of North America.  These are agrarian communes of patriarchal families committed to fundamental Christian principles and earth-husbandry in its many forms.  Harvard University’s Sociology Department commissioned a study some years… Continue Reading “The Law of Community Pt. II: Mennonites & Amish, by Dr. Omar”

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