Creation, Cross & Culture
The Syncretistic Motive of Modern Culture (part 2)
Season 1, Episode 12 • 19-Aug-2021
From Nimrod’s historic axiological rebellion of Babel proceeded an ontological subversion of the whole notion of truth in the development and dissemination of occult and psychological religion: man’s idea, not revelation, asserted as the basis of truth.
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