research product . 2017

Aspects of ecclesiastical reception of scientific achievements in genetics

Petrović Predrag;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2017
  • Publisher: Theoria, Beograd
  • Country: Serbia
Abstract
Ideological nationalism is phenomenon that greatly reflects the ecclesiastical aspects of existence and that has marked the history of European and global civilization in the last two centuries. A no lesser threat lies in the invasive ideology of globalism, which has been being intensively developed for the past half a century. In this respect it is important to note that advances in genetics can contribute to the liberation of many socio-scientific disciplines, liberation from ideological shackles which were first imposed and then inherited. Thus, modern theological doctrine accepts genetic scientific achievements in aspects that are inherent to its ecclesiastical level of existence. In this respect theological doctrine welcomes the developments in the field of genetic research of haplogroups, which is now of much help in scientific and experimental ways to the ecclesiological understanding of the unity of people, which the Orthodox Church has been witnessing throughout the centuries with its own mode of existence.
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free text keywords: Ecclesiology, a new world order, nationalism, globalism, haplogroups, archeology, history, toponyms, difference, division and unity
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