A look inside the struggle over the Christian conservative agenda

His ideas, echoed by many and presented here with his permission are below:

In my opinion no one has come near to Jesus Christ with respect to His influence on so many aspects of our world and society.

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This list of names and their ranks are solely the work of Michael H.

Paul Goodman speaks from the modern point of view when hesays: "No good has ever come from feeling guilty, neitherintelligence, policy, nor compassion. The guilty do not payattention to the object but only to themselves, and not even totheir own interests, which might make sense, but to theiranxieties.''

We will readily modify notes if there are any inaccuracies.

For centuries it was assumed without proof that guilt was avaluable, perhaps even an indispensable, ingredient of thecivilized life. Now, in this post-Freudian world, we doubt it.

Hart's book The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History.

Also, Hart's outlook was essentially secular in outlook.

A fair defense can be put forward for the view that the worldis infinite or that we do not know that it is not. But, in termsof the practical problems that we must face in the next fewgenerations with the foreseeable technology, it is clear that wewill greatly increase human misery if we do not, during theimmediate future, assume that the world available to theterrestrial human population is finite. "Space" is noescape.

This has been translated into Polish here:

Population, as Malthus said, naturally tends to grow"geometrically," or, as we would now say,exponentially. In a finite world this means that the per-capitashare of the world's goods must decrease. Is ours a finite world?

Many of these Christians are on Hart's list.

A finite world can support only a finite population;therefore, population growth must eventually equal zero. (Thecase of perpetual wide fluctuations above and below zero is atrivial variant that need not be discussed.) When this conditionis met, what will be the situation of mankind? Specifically, canBentham's goal of "the greatest good for the greatestnumber" be realized?

Certainly ranking the relative historical influence of individuals is a subjective process.

In the afterword to his book The 100, Michael H.

The New Left is possibly the most influential school of thought in that it acknowledges everything stated in the latter two, while it also brings up new concepts....

The second was the religion or philosophy the person later joined or founded.

The ten runners-up discussed are: St.

Felich, (Pastor of the Redeemer Presbyterian Church (Presbyterian Church in America) in Overland Park, Kansas; ) offered the following comments (9 April 2004):

While I appreciate the idea that Muhammad was both a founder of religion and a political/military leader, he should not displace Jesus Christ.

Hart states that these ten individuals should not be thought of as numbers 101-110 on the list.

Many would include Freud among these.

Jesus' relatively original ideas, such as his emphasis on eternal damnation, his discouragement of intellectualism and critical thinking, his authoritarian leadership style, and his childish intolerance have not contributed to the improvement of social conditions.