Christopher Lippold

Christopher Lippold is a lifelong Catholic with a Masters Degree in Dogmatic Theology from Holy Apostles in Cromwell, CT. He also holds a Bachelor's degree in Meteorology and a minor in Philosophy from Northern Illinois University.

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The Metalization of the Faithful

Many believe that truth is nothing more than opinion; yet they also believe that scientifically provable things are fact but not opinion.

On the Mechanization of the Faithful

In systems that seek to supplant Christianity, they looked to the scientific method as a source of truth, rejecting the idea that anything outside of that could be rightly called truth.

The Commoditization of the Faithful

Conflict can lead to fewer butts in the pews and less income for the Church. This can lead to pastors being unwilling to teach challenging things for fear of driving away wealthy donors.

The Digitalization of Man

It’s a brave new world out there right now, with all of these various attempts by people to recreate reality in their own image.

The Metallization of Man

With the metallization of man, the previous two effects, the commoditization of man and the mechanization of man, are then joined by the growth of a view of man as being nothing more than a collection of parts rather than a person with innate value.

The Mechanization of Man

Many workers have became no more than an interchangeable cog in a machine to their employer. They are paid as little as possible while conversely being forced to do as much work as possible for as long as possible in order to maximize profits.

The Commoditization of Man

While violence and destruction are bad for the average person and the humanitarian of any status, they are a good thing for the bottom line of companies who can make large amounts of money off of them.

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