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We're back to the Middle Ages, thanks to thieving leaders, conniving clergy

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By: Tee Ngugi

Human beings need spiritual fulfilment. But when religion becomes a substitute for strategic action to solve our problems, then our society is in danger of regressing to a situation akin to that of the Middle Ages. Then, the church exercised a powerful influence on politics, the economy, education and social life. The church preached that the order in which kings and aristocrats lived in filthy opulence, while the rest of the population lived like slaves, was God-ordained. The church berated the ...
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@TheEastAfrican

We're back to the Middle Ages, thanks to thieving leaders, conniving clergy

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By: Tee Ngugi
Human beings need spiritual fulfilment. But when religion becomes a substitute for strategic action to solve our problems, then our society is in danger of regressing to a situation akin to that of the Middle Ages. Then, the church exercised a powerful influence on politics, the economy, education and social life. The church preached that the order in which kings and aristocrats lived in filthy opulence, while the rest of the population lived like slaves, was God-ordained. The church berated the ...
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