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There are links at the bottom of each Culture War page to other pages: Your experiences, family, friends, education, and the media help to form your belief system, or World View. Everyone has a world view: Your basic beliefs form your world view placing you on one side of the Culture War.
These basic beliefs come from the following questions: Where did I come from? What happens when I die? Is there a God? Where did the universe come from? What are good and evil? What is my purpose?
For the past years new ideas and discoveries in science have challenged the traditional Christian World View, that God created the Earth, Sun, Moon, the stars and all life on Earth. While some are eager to latch onto the new ideas, many others are still holding onto the old ideas and values of the past.
We will look back and trace the origins of this division, and how it started. In the election many voters expressed their reason for voting was based on "Values".
Values of what is right and wrong, good and evil are central to the Culture War debate. We will seek to define and understand these "Values" which are different between the Christian and secular atheists viewpoints.
There seems to be so much anger and bitterness in the secular part of our society and a deep concern in the Christian sector for the future of our country.
We will attempt explore the viewpoints from both sides.
The Culture War will shape the moral values of American Society for decades to come. The Culture War is one of the most important debates in our society today.
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Nov 04, · The standard of living rose greatly, and for the first time, more of the population lived in urban areas, rather than in the rural farms.
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•Farming took a hard hit after World War I, when demand for products went down and many workers moved to industrialized cities. This Great Migration led to the rapid growth of black urban communities in cities like New York, roughly a half-million blacks migrated to northern cities between and , and between , and one million left the South in the s.
Chicago’s black population soared . Watch video · The Great Migration was the relocation of more than 6 million African Americans from the rural South to the cities of the North, Midwest and West from about to create a black urban culture.