My work focuses on breaking the secular dialectic that persists in most subjects and academics. I believe it to be a conspiracy to keep revelatory dispensations from informing and influencing academic theory and public policy. This is because if humans seek recourse to spiritual teachings to derive ethical systems in which to thrive, be they economic, political, social, jurisprudential, ecological, architectural, or governmental, then it would grant validity to scripture that secularists, humanists, and secular humanists are unwilling to accept. For fear of being overrun by the religious majority, there must be delineative boundaries that presuppose the discussion. If the facts of history are to be considered, the documents stand as testimony of plans and agendas that have played out. In this I am not proposing conspiracy theory, I am highlighting historical facts of past conspiracies that have succeeded, come to fruition and now determine our modern systems ,institutions and modes of thought. Once this is accepted, once an alternative historical narrative is placed forthright for people to see, because you cannot debate facts, then the modern world and the nature of this false dialectic will come into full view. Truth obliterates falsehood, and with these pieces of broken conscience we will be able to build open societies, by building open individuals. Open first to the possibility of their own errancy, and next to their own spirituality, the inner reality that secular humanism has cut off to them for so long by the misuse of science and technology. And there are reasons to this I refuse to go into at this juncture.
But maybe I’m just an optimist. Can’t afford not to be. The works are forthcoming. I ask of you patience.
~ Brother Idris