The American political and religious establishment is so entrenched in a secularized world that the only way to reform it is to remove God from the equation.
This week, I’m speaking with three thinkers who have laid out the new paradigm in the form of a book, “Medieval Hygiene: The Transformation of Western Civilization.”
Theirs is a bold statement, but it’s one that needs to be made because it’s the only solution to the challenge of modernity.
If you’ve never read the book, it’s worth reading.
Here’s the trailer: It’s not a religion, it isn’t a philosophy, it is not a philosophy of morals.
It is a philosophical account of a world in which we’re all in control of our own destiny.
It’s the book that started it all.
The book tells the story of how we became what we are today, how our history shaped us and how we can do the same for the future.
It’s called Medieval Hygiene because it draws on the scientific method, modern humanism, and social and political theories to examine how we got here.
It begins with the discovery of the Americas and goes on to examine the evolution of human civilization from the Bronze Age to the Industrial Revolution.
The book includes stories from ancient texts like the Book of Abraham, the Bible, the New Testament, and the Koran.
It goes on with the history of modern civilization and shows us how we’re not where we need to be.
It explores how this was accomplished, and what it means for the way we live, how we think, and how our world is changing.
The subtitle, “It’s time to turn the page,” is a reference to the subtitle of the original book, which was titled, The Great Transformation: The Modern Transformation of Our World.
Its message is clear: The time to change is now.
It takes us back to the golden age of our world, the time of ancient civilizations that ruled the seas, ruled the skies, and ruled the land.
Its not a book about religion, or about religion alone.
Its a book that examines all the religions that have shaped the world in our time and asks us to change the world.
The idea of a universal morality is dead, and we’ve reached the point where we’ve lost touch with our own morality, the universal nature of all values and our obligation to live by the moral rules we have developed.
And we’ve forgotten what it meant to be a civilized person in the first place.
We can’t just change our minds about religion.
We have to change ourselves.
The new paradigm is not based on religion or the Bible or the Koran, but on scientific, historical, and cultural evidence.
And it has nothing to do with religion at all.
It doesn’t tell us what God believes or what God wants us to believe.
Its based on evidence and on what we know about how people live, what our ancestors did, and who our ancestors are.
Its also based on how we treat one another.
In our modern world, we’re becoming more religious than ever before, and our culture is increasingly secular.
But its not only our secularism that’s changing.
We’re also changing the way people think.
It can’t be an accident that we’ve become more and more religious in recent decades.
Religion has become a powerful force in our culture, but its not the only force.
Religion is also the basis for so much of what we believe.
Religion shapes our sense of what is right and wrong.
Religion can shape our values, our beliefs, and even our attitudes towards other people.
We need to stop being so religious and stop being secular.
It has to change.
And its changing fast.
As the book’s subtitle says, it will change our world for the better.
We’re on the verge of the second great transformation in the history in which human civilization has lived.
It will change the way our world works, how it thinks, and why it exists.
We’re in the middle of the transition.
The first transformation was the invention of the wheel, the invention that opened up new avenues for the pursuit of pleasure and progress.
It was also the invention in which the idea of happiness came into being.
The invention that transformed our lives was the Industrial revolution.
It changed how we lived, and created the conditions for the emergence of our civilization, the world, and its institutions.
But in order to get there, we needed a new, more fundamental way of thinking.
The second transformation was a shift in values, values that are based on personal freedom, autonomy, individualism, individual rights, and so on.
And this new world of value was defined by the idea that every person has the right to decide for himself and to pursue his own happiness and to achieve his own freedom and his own well-being.
The book begins with an account of the ancient world and how the Greeks, Romans, Muslims, Jews, Christians, and others created their new civilization