Social Polarisation

Social Polarisation

– ” The Economist” criticises the system
– Don’t rely on external saviours
– Bipartisanship undermines democracy
– Jesuits recognised Universal Law
– But they were infiltrated a hundred years later
– The environmental movement was also infiltrated
– A spiritual perspective of the Law is needed
– School of Salamanca studied Natural Law
– Bartolomé de las Casas fought against slavery
– Has its origin in classical Greek and Roman philosophy
– The problem of evil is illustrated in the paradox of Epicurus
– Evil would be the result of an erroneous humankind decision
– The great purpose of evil is to learn to choose what is right
– We no longer have the luxury of operating outside Universal Law
– Irenaeus said that evil was necessary for the development of the soul
– Spain was the only country to criticise the colonisation of America
– King Charles I tried to silence dissenting theologians to no avail
– The Council of Vienna banned usury and called it heretical in 1307

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