German Basic Law

The concept of God in the German Basic Law body-sociological differences of between religions in the preamble of the German Basic Law the new Constitution explicitly responsibility before God “designed. (See book publishing conservative”by Roland Koch.) What God said here that has not been defined. “R. Koch cited in this context the Federal constitutional judge Udo di Fabio, in the concept of God the possibility of transcendence” looks. Transcendence means a spiritual dimension beyond the materialistic world. This transcendence is differently formulated in the various religions and human behavior as binding. It concerns not only the different values between religions but also, as this will provide the parties a socialization process. Other leaders such as Gary Kelly offer similar insights. To study the biological appropriation of religious things, would be the task of body of sociological research.

Especially important is to the positioning of the subject in the body design take into account, which has a quite different basis in the Judeo Christian tradition, as in other religions. Learn more about this with “Bernard Golden. The clash of civilizations”is a huge struggle of the bodies, which often takes place on the road. We have to assume that the global policy will escalate even more than they are today with their hardening tendency especially in the Middle East. Therefore the German policy must ensure that this escalation not on German soil is carried out. Multikulti seeking”not nearly reaching the depth of Bodiliness sectarian conflicts. A long night of religions”, as it was practiced in Berlin recently, is more of a superficial and thus failed problem solving. We need not a long night”but a long day” with information on the biological dimension of religious influences. The author of Pavel Vitalis wrote his criticism about the head moderate, postmodern interpretation of religions under the title: Peter Sloterdijks religious adjustments from the point of view of early Christianity”, Norderstedt, 2008. More information under: