Three Crucial Developments In Nineteenth-Century America Preconditioned Subsequent Events For The Twentieth Century:

America’s obsession with a monolithic conception of positivist science understood primarily as technology rapidly became identified with the national destiny (innovations like the steam engine, telegraph, and railroads defeated the Confederacy). 2. Quantitative analysis expressed in mathematical equations emerging from the natural sciences of physics and chemistry became the exclusive model of scientific knowledge. 3. … More Three Crucial Developments In Nineteenth-Century America Preconditioned Subsequent Events For The Twentieth Century:

AMERICANS HATE RELIGION AND ABANDONED THEIR POLITICAL HERITAGE

A 2014 Pew Research Center survey found that 63 percent of Americans profess absolute belief in God (with Evangelical Protestants at 88 percent, edged out of the lead only by Historically Black Protestants at 89 percent). In 2015 Pew found a modest decline among Americans who profess belief in God, pray daily and attend church … More AMERICANS HATE RELIGION AND ABANDONED THEIR POLITICAL HERITAGE