Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.3 LP

[The mirror of the world3a or the thought experiment3a narrows the range of ‘somethings2a’ that a person can envision1a.

The Second Temple elites always acted more ritually pure relative to the subjects.

Therefore, one particular ‘something2a’ became the best option for the common folk.

What was that something2a?

Here it is:

Get along by (trying to) meet ritual demands and, most importantly, avoid being accused of violating the Law.]


Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.3 LK

[Consider histories of Franklin Roosevelt written in the 20th century (7700s U0’).

Not one assessed the economic consequences of Roosevelt’s tragic and capricious presidential leadership.

The Federal Reserve Board caused the Great Depression.

Roosevelt did nothing to stop their madness.

He enhance the Great Depression by supplementing economic with political uncertainty.

Why did America not fall into revolution?

The common folk were still Christian.]