By No Means Equal
An examination of how the idea of equality directly opposes the reality of the soul.
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This is the age of equality, which this book argues directly opposes the idea of the individual soul as a spiritual reality. Equality is the rock on which our modern Western liberal democracies are built. When we talk of Western values, this is the one that underlies the rest. But what if this rock is made of sand? By No Means Equal explores the idea of equality and suggests it is an ideological belief with no foundation in reality. It may seem a progressive belief from the political point of view, but in reality, its acceptance is spiritually damaging, with consequences for the evolution of the soul.
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'Equality' has become widely regarded as a self-evident good; yet, somehow, the more vehemently it is pursued, the worse things become. In By No Means Equal William Wildblood has done a deep-dive into the concept of equality; discovering that its superficial appeal to fairness and decency masks a deeply evil tendency to destroy motivation and quality, and to reduce divine creation towards a state of meaningless chaos. William Wildblood is the wisest contemporary spiritual writer that I know of and this is his best book so far. ~ Bruce G. Charlton MD., author of Addicted to Distraction: Psychological consequences of the modern Mass Media
Many can see that men and women are not physically, mentally, or morally equal, and yet suppose that they are somehow spiritually equal. William Wildblood shows that this supposition is both false and pernicious because it flattens creation to a monotonous materiality over which no heavens soar. Our spiritual gifts and achievements are unequal, and this inequality follows necessarily from the individuality and growth that are essential to spiritual life. A stimulating and valuable book. ~ Jonathan M. Smith, PhD, Professor: Department of Geography, Texas A&M University, Editor of Philosophy and Geography