How Christianity Changed The World Through Human Sanctification, Women’s rights, Slavery, and Science

Jesus changed the world so much, it is very hard to recognise it has changed. A great post from Tina Wanis on how Jesus and his followers have radically impacted the world. This is very important today where a lot of people leave the church because they perceive Christianity to be one massive exercise in religiously sanctioned hypocrisy. People need to know the Church, something  Jesus himself instituted, is actually a very good thing.

How to Religion

It’s a lie when people say “secularization civilized Christianity”. No, it didn’t. Quite the opposite. Christianity civilized secularism and other pagan religions. But with the secularization of society, many of the vast influences that Christianity had in civilization are disregarded and/or rejected. This post isn’t only to educate those who are unaware about Christianity’s history and influence in the world, but to inspire Christians today to start, or continue, the work that Christ began. “Without Christianity’s teaching that the Logos is a person, the philosophy of human rights to which we subscribe to today would have never established itself” – Luc Ferry, atheist.

SANCTIFICATION OF HUMAN LIFE

“God created mankind in his own image; male and female he created them.” – Genesis 1:27

Christianity has always had an adherence to the sanctity of human life. So when it came to abortion, infanticide, and child-abandonment, Christians took an opposing stand and…

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