The most radical act occurred in 1773 when otherwise reasonable men dressed up like the natives and dumped British tea into Boston Harbor. Here is how it happened. Is there another hidden humanism out there yet to be fully expressed and revealed in world history? See the Youtube videos or purchase on Amazon the video by Ben Stein. But it did not remain in France. As the monarchies faded away in the modern era history would see the emergence of secular humanism based on a narcissistic self-worship. The god of Deism was a far cry from the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Israel.
Their plan was to transform the French nation into a veritable man-centered Utopia based on secular humanism. National socialism, communism, and other dangerous Utopian ideas were soon knocking on the door. As a result, he imposed huge taxes on people who were already tired of huge taxes. Fate of the Leaders Another striking difference between the two revolutions is what happened to their leaders during and after the conflicts. The French did not have this advantage because they were fighting their own government on their own soil.
Religious humanism is maneuvering and seeking to rise up again. Whatever the religious connection the companies banded together for protection. The Great Awakening in the early 1700's was just the first of many revivals among the English speaking people. Military Lodges provided support and boosted morale for soldiers during the War for Independence among other wars. However, outcome of this negotiation with England came no productive conclusion. This video is part three of four videos by this wonderful teacher. Instead, the proud nation descended into a chamber of horrors.
During the 1700's there were a series of Christian revivals in England and America. The powerful academic elites at the very top are in the driver's seat here. Only this time it is not the blatantly obvious secular humanism, communistic humanism, or fascist nationalistic humanism roaming the streets. In terms of the manner in which the revolutions were made, the two countries differ oppositely. They both were also extremely respected by their people during the revolutions. This older religion had been outshone back in the second and third centuries. The consequences were terrible beyond telling.
The human soul, capable of responding to such beauty and nobility was soon brought down to the level of the machine. Thus, the war of the American Revolution began. But they are also really different in other ways, because they are two different countries with different cultures and stuff. Their method was fuelled by an invigorating hate and resentment towards their oppressors. But here are the facts of history.
French rationalism and secularism advanced by men like Voltaire had produced a more humanistic and rationalistic society in France than the Puritan society emerging over in the New World. Yes, I am a Christian. Americans initially took up arms against the British to defend and preserve the traditional rights of Englishmen. They were ready to admit that here might be a god was out there somewhere,. Puritan belief and the American Revolution vs. Also coming up in the humanistic worship procession was a capricious, unknown, and uncaring god they referred to as 'Nature'.
Bartholomew's Day Massacre, and the murderous campaigns against the Huguenots? And why did the French revolution led to anarchy? This wonderful plan is now freely offered. The American Revolution The American Revolution was movement that effectively ended British Control and signalled the birth of a new nation, the United States of America. It still dominates the thinking of the Western elites right up to this present day. This critically important issue is explored further in the YouTube video below by noted Christian Indian Professor Vishal Mangalwadi. This was the real story of the French Revolution.
A crusading Dominion Theology is actually just another more advanced and sophisticated expression of man-centered Greek style humanism. It turned out to be a dictatorship. The doctored account of past history appears in the textbooks in the milieu of cold economics and a dry and empty rationalistic secularism. Unlike the American Revolution, the French Revolution was more of a civil war. The witness of the early Church had lifted up the Christian Savior God above the worn out earthy soap opera gods of Mount Olympus.