Religion and Civility: The Primacy of Conscience

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AuthorHouse, Nov 30, 2011 - History - 360 pages
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RELIGION& CIVILITY: The Primacy of Conscience (the third book of the breakthrough "Second Enlightenment Trilogy") reveals trial-and-error failures and successes of past and present civilizations. Man inherits from nature hard-won intelligence (cortical consciousness) to learn from errors of irreligion and incivility. Though more painful, error is sometimes the most convincing teacher.

 

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Steffen is a scientist who is also trained in philosophy and theology. From 1946 to 1957, he studied for the Catholic priesthood with The Society of the Divine Word missionary Order. In 1960, he completed research studies in the environmental management of stored corn grain and received a master's degree in plant physiology from Iowa State University. He worked for more than 30 years as a grain scientist, inventor and business entrepreneur.

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