Category Archives: Social Issues
Contraception is viewed as a barrier that comes between biblical teachings and God’s will. It is considered immoral and sinful to practice contraception especially in marriage. The church strongly believes that marriage is essentially aimed at serving two main purposes.
Focusing on the sustainability of the reforms should be well stipulated in the anti corruption design. The reforms ought to aim at achieving long term benefits rather than short term results.
Anthropologists identify the Arapesh people as a culturally discrete population who inhabit a vast geographical portion of New Guinea organized into sedentary villages. They are a linguistically distinct people too who practice subsistence farming – just enough for their domestic consumption.
This is from the premise that God required this cultural distinction to occur in the society as an extension of family order and the promotion of male authority. This general ideal was promoted by the larger southern region and the few republican north where individual liberty and political equality for the slaveholders and more so the white man was strictly a social being.
This aspect therefore, shows as Pierre explained, that tastes are defined by social classes that undermine other groups while lifting themselves. For this reason, the larger society in stereotyping the hipster community, does not make it superior but only reveals their own hipster characteristics.