Thursday Feb 03, 2022

BHoP#078 You Can’t Go Back

Dr Koontz and Rev Fisk continue last week's discussion by looking at the layers of a civilization's cycles relating to its fragility or stability. They talk about what goes into forming a coherent group identity by looking at Lutheranism in America and then Japan in the modern era. They talk about Japan's modernization and the success of Shinto throughout it, the growth and eventual plateau of population, and the inspiration of young men.

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Dr Koontz - Agrarian, Egghead -  Concordia Theological Seminary Fort Wayne

Rev Fisk - Author, Fanatic - St Paul Rockford

Music thanks to Verny

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I would say ”Usury” is what changed the world for the worse- not only the medium of exchange- but the gain or ”breeding” of something sterile. Like Daunte’s has usururs and sodomites in the same place. One takes something meant to be sterile and makes it ”fertile,” one takes something fertile and makes it sterile.

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