A Plagiarized Genesis Is the Source for a Secular Utopia
by Jan Bentz
In these times of grave uncertainty and unrest, in which humanity is plagued by threats visible and invisible on a global scale, many ask for the meaning of it all and for clarity in the direction everything is supposed to be going. Not a few put their hope in the future and await the establishment of a New Normal in which peace and an improved condition of life will finally settle in.
Offers for this utopia are plentiful, and, as is oftentimes the case, much of what is being offered as the better society is already implemented or well underway.
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Jan Bentz writes from Germany, where he is the editor of the German edition of iFamNews.
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