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Rebuilding christendom

• arclein
The postwar secular world order, once hailed as the pinnacle of human progress, is now falling to pieces, revealing itself to be a house of cards built on a foundation of lies. This crumbling edifice, characterized by moral decay, political corruption, and spiritual emptiness, is a stark reminder of the inherent weaknesses of secularism and the need for a return to a society grounded in Biblical principles. The postwar secular world order emerged in the aftermath of World War II, as the victorious Allied powers sought to create a new international system that would prevent the recurrence of global conflict. This system was characterized by a commitment to secularism, democracy, free markets, and human rights, and was underpinned by a series of international institutions, such as the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund, and the World Bank.

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