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The Loss of Mystery and the Loss of Childhood

"The loss of mystery in the late twentieth century coincides with the death of the child and the attack on the sacredness of life."

Rome, ( Mitchell Kalpakgian | 563 hits

In the aftermath of the sexual revolution of 1960s — which espoused sex education, the contraceptive mentality, no-fault divorce, and legalized abortion on demand — an anti-life and anti-child philosophy has prevailed over much of Western civilization, where European nations are barely replacing their populations o...

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