Then cite for me actual historical sources that back up your claim. Not just the opinion of a talking head, actuak sources from the historical record dating back that period.except its not assumptions historians painstakingly cross reference sources and throw out whats not deemed credible
You’re right, the ancient world was short-sighted by not building the Internet and instead relied in Libraries. Such a backward people! We’d never stoop so low as to build libraries or universities where we pool or greatest knowledge & experts. [/sarcasm]as the ancient world didn't have the same emphasis on credible sources as we do now the ancient world also had another fault and that is storing its written knowledge along with blue prints schematics and civil documents in central archive locations like Alexandria
The Dark Ages were caused by the distruption of Rome’s vast trade network following the fall of Rome. Knowledge was lost because no one could afford to pay scribes to copy works before they rotted away. Alexandriayou also seem to forget the Muslisms and Christians went out of their way to destroy these places not only destroying any narrative against their own but sending the world into a dark age
make no mistake Christianity did cause the dark ages out of their paranoia of science and progression
was destroyed by an earthquake, nor marauding crusaders or Islamic fighters. The biggest offense to progress caused by the Church happened during the medieval era, not the Dark Ages.
Actually, the Elightenment happened as direct result of the printing press, which was used to produce Bibles more than anything else. Many of the inventors and scientists of the 18th & 19th centuries were devout Christians and there are plenty of Christians today who are prominent scientists such as Francis Collins, who headed the Human Genome Project.want to build steam engines or create flying machines? no lets just follow the rules of this one book and kill anyone who doesn't agree
I’ll let a Muslim respond to your assertions about Islam. Not being Muslim, I cannot speak credibly about their faith. I’ll certainly acknowledge Islsm’s contribution to science & mathematics, but your assertion that Christianity is antithetical to science is a gross oversimplification that ignores both many Christian thinkers over the centuries and history itself.
Lastly, what does any of this debate over the history of Christisnity have to do with sexuality or the furry dandom?