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Making the third ethic jive with Christian belief systems

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I just posted on my Blog about my struggles with the third ethic and how on the surface it can be counter to many christian beliefs. I just thought this might help out with the plot for world domination, maybe a starting point for having a conversation with folks who are more fundamental in their christian beliefs.

Here's a little blurb: " What it all boiled down to for me was looking at the problem in context, in it’s entirety, a holistic approach. Is it logical to think that the population of anything can have infinite growth. Clearly not!"

Here's a link: http://traditionalcatholichomestead.com/2015/04/23/traditional-catholic-permaculture-really/

I hope this will help out with some of the less than receptive relatives, friends, etc. Anything can be a good jumping off point for something like this. Just knowing that there are others out there that have struggled and made sense of the ethical dilemmas can be a place to start.
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