With planes, trains and automobiles to take us everywhere in the world as fast as we can, and with modern communications that make everyone available to everyone else at any time, you would guess that more and more people would have a global or universal outlook to their lives.
The opposite seems to be the case.
As we are able to communicate globally and travel wherever we want, we seem to be drawing in to ourselves and our own little communities more and more.
A set of “isms” that undergird our secular society is our assumption that one particular group of people or way of thinking is superior or more correct than anyone else.
This assumption that “my group” is right and others are wrong...READ MORE