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Miracle Farm Blueprint

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Human Dignity and Human Rights

The detriment of many human beings We do not want to pretend that questions of the world economy are anything else than very complex. But we do strongly maintain that healthy ethical considerations must play a decisive part in policies involving such matters as the new biotechnology replacing conventional farming. Higher productivity by itself cannot be allowed to shape national and international decision-making. What health risks do genetically modified food crops pose to human beings How will modern biotechnology affect the life, freedom, and basic rights of farming communities around the world

Sumer and the Beginnings of History

Civilization began in Sumer,1 in the Land of the Two Rivers, Mesopotamia (figs. i, z). No one knows where the Sumerians came from, but about 4000 BC they were already developing a culture which was to affect the whole world for over five thousand years. The rich agricultural land of the alluvial plains meant there was always sufficient food for man and beast fowl and fish were in abundance and the Bible did well to find here its Garden of Eden. Amid such plenty nomadic man needed no more to move from place to place as he exhausted the land's resources. His was now an urban culture. He could build cities like ancient Eridu accommodating several thousands of people. His simple buildings became classic examples of monumental architecture rising high above the surrounding plains. Arts and crafts became the specialist industries of the few.

The aim of this book political theology of nature

Relations of un natural humanity with nature. Because environmental concerns may be traced back to a disharmony between humanity and nature, environmental strategies are founded in and directed towards the distorted sociality of humanity. Environmental strategies are thereby redirective. Such strategies seek the reconstitution of human social life towards wholeness, diversity and integrity in its transactions with its natural conditions and away from patterns offragmentation and disintegration. As we know, such patterns of fragmentation and disintegration have their own dynamics, leading to the suppression of the importance (but not the actuality) of the natural conditions of human life our interdependence in the delicate and reciprocal interactions with nature which constitute our un natural humanity is obscured. Competition over resources (social and natural), insecurity and distrust at all levels (international and national, racial and ethnic, gender and familial), rapid...

Places Of Learning

Between the public mosque and the private home, the tenth and eleventh centuries saw the appearance of semi-public venues for scholarship. The economic basis of these institutions was formed by pious foundations (awqaf, sing. waqf) established by private individuals who set aside a source of revenue, such as a market, a mill or a parcel of agricultural land, and dedicated the funds to the establishment and upkeep of a recognised pious cause, such as the support of religious learning.3 The founding deed drawn up by the benefactor specified the nature of the activities that would be supported by the foundation. We know that at least by the tenth century, awqaaf provided wages for teachers and financial aid for students, and from the eleventh century onwards they enabled the emergence of specific institutions of learning, most prominently the madrasa and the Sufi lodge (zawiya, tekke, khanqah, ribat).4


Egypt 1364bc

The city was on the east bank with a large area of agricultural land on the bank opposite, apparently with a view to making the new capital self-supporting if it ever came under siege. Building of Akhenaten's new city lasted from Akhenaten's Year 4 to Year 8, but he is thought to have taken up residence there in his Year 8 (1371 B.C.) together with Queen Nefertiti and their six daughters Merytaten, Maketaten, Ankhsenpa-aten, Neferneferu-aten the younger, Neferneferure and Setepenre. Akhetaten was a capital city possessed of both dignity and architectural

Gods Glory

God's glory can only be promoted by the salvation of all his children. Good music glorifies the musician, good machinery the machinist, a good farm the farmer, good children a father. Success glorifies, and defeat shames. God designs a holy race. He can only be glorified by universal holiness. Hence he says Who so offers praise glorifies me. Ps. l 23. And the honor and the power and the glory can only belong to him when his efforts to redeem all shall issue in the redemption of all.

Laurence Oliphant

It remains for England to decide whether she will undertake the task of exploring its ruined cities, of developing its vast agricultural resources, by means of the repatriation of that race which first entered into its possession, 3000 years ago and of securing the great political advantages which must accrue from such a policy.147

Patriarch Maxim

The revenue of the Orthodox Church is not made public and, therefore, we have no precise data about it. It is derived mainly from the sale of objects (candles, icons, books, etc.) and services (fees for various liturgical offices), as well as from the rent of real estate (buildings, agricultural land and forests). The parishioners do not pay any church dues or taxes. The Church is experiencing serious financial difficulties because the process of returning Church property is still incomplete. At the same time, large sums of money are being invested in the building of new churches and monasteries and the restoration of existing ones. Because of its limited funds the social and educational work of the Church is rather modest. To some extent this is due to the misconception that the Church cannot go to the help of the needy and the suffering without having first ensured adequate funding. The state makes no contribution towards the support of the Church or any of the other religious...

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