Audio File   Civilized society is the result of man’s early efforts to overcome his dislike of isolation. But this does not necessarily signify mutual affection, and the present turbulent state of certain primitive groups [More]
Audio File   Early Christianity was entirely free from all civil entanglements, social commitments, and economic alliances.  Only did later institutionalized Christianity become an organic part of the political and social structure of Occidental civilization. [More]
Audio File   While biologic evolution has proceeded ever upward, much of cultural evolution went out from the Euphrates valley in waves, which successively weakened as time passed until finally the whole of the pure-line [More]
Audio File   Man is a creature of the soil, a child of nature; no matter how earnestly he may try to escape from the land, in the last reckoning he is certain to fail. [More]
Audio File   While the red man suffered from too much warfare, it is not altogether amiss to say that the development of statehood among the Chinese was delayed by the thoroughness of their conquest [More]
Audio File   All human institutions minister to some social need, past or present, notwithstanding that their overdevelopment unfailingly detracts from the worthwhileness of the individual in that personality is overshadowed and initiative is diminished. [More]
Audio File   Mechanical inventions and the dissemination of knowledge are modifying civilization; certain economic adjustments and social changes are imperative if cultural disaster is to be avoided.  This new and oncoming social order will [More]
Audio File   The story of the creation of our planet in six days was based on the tradition that Adam and Eve had spent just six days in their initial survey of the Garden [More]
Audio File   God’s eternal mandate to “create a creature in My Image” is the eternal reason you are here! Of the zillions upon zillions of personalities God eternally creates to function in the infinity [More]
Audio File   The mental and physical inequality of human beings insures that social classes will appear. The only worlds without social strata are the most primitive and the most advanced. A dawning civilization has [More]