Difference between revisions of "Talk:Atheistic China and loneliness"

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::Next, does China have a capitalist free market society or an economy with much central planning? Do free market societies offer people more economic options? Is the secular left known for pushing central planning? [[User:Conservative|Conservative]] 02:24, 13 July 2015 (EDT)
 
::Next, does China have a capitalist free market society or an economy with much central planning? Do free market societies offer people more economic options? Is the secular left known for pushing central planning? [[User:Conservative|Conservative]] 02:24, 13 July 2015 (EDT)
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:::I was being pugnacious. Thanks for the input. I am expanding the article. In the back of my mind, when I wrote this article, I knew it was incomplete. I just didn't bother to fix it. You gave me the impetus to do so. [[User:Conservative|Conservative]] 02:44, 13 July 2015 (EDT)

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For many in China isolation is a new experience brought on by economic transformation...

There's the rub, Cons. It is not atheism that is bringing the loneliness but the new economic transformation. This new loneliness is not to do with "atheism - which already existed - but the new imperatives of a social and economic order which is causing mayhem in the old village social order.
AlanE 01:55, 13 July 2015 (EDT)
AlanE, Christians in China attend churches and home groups in China. They have fellowship with one another and consider each other brothers and sisters in Christ. They are not lonely. There are no brothers and sisters in atheism. Read the Atheism and loneliness article and offer a rebuttal essay if you want.
Second, are you familiar with the term opportunity cost? If so, why doesn't it apply to the atheism vs. Christianity options in this case?
Third, do any Christian dominated countries have a one-child policy which increases societal loneliness? Is it the secular left who often pushes population control and legal right to abort babies? Is the secular left who often pushes societal engineering which often has unintended consequences. Who is in control of China? Is it the secular left?
Next, do you admit that China's atheist leaders are persecuting Christians in China?
Next, does China have a capitalist free market society or an economy with much central planning? Do free market societies offer people more economic options? Is the secular left known for pushing central planning? Conservative 02:24, 13 July 2015 (EDT)
I was being pugnacious. Thanks for the input. I am expanding the article. In the back of my mind, when I wrote this article, I knew it was incomplete. I just didn't bother to fix it. You gave me the impetus to do so. Conservative 02:44, 13 July 2015 (EDT)