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TorgoX (1933)

TorgoX
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Sunday November 14, 2004
08:52 PM

A disparagement of the significance of the social fabric

[ #21854 ]
Dear Log,

«This leap wasn't hard to make. If the Christian life, as idealised by both Calvin and Luther, was to concentrate on the direct contact of the individual soul with God, then society, of the kind perceived and protected by the medieval church, becomes redundant. "Individualism in religion led ... to an individualist morality, and an individualist morality to a disparagement of the significance of the social fabric."»

--Puritanism of the rich: Bush's ideology has its roots in 17th century preaching that the world exists to be conquered