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I am... making clear what Man’s conquest of Nature really means and especially that final stage in the conquest, which, perhaps, is not far off. The final stage is come when Man by eugenics, by pre-natal conditioning, and by an education and propaganda based on a perfect applied psychology, has obtained full control over himself. Human nature will be the last part of Nature to surrender to Man. The battle will then be won. We shall have ‘taken the thread of life out of the hand of Clotho’ and be henceforth free to make our species whatever we wish it to be. The battle will indeed be won. But who, precisely, will have won it? ...
— C.S. Lewis, The Abolition of Man 1943

Anthropology of Antichristianity: The Age of Desire (Part 6)
Adam Curtis -
   Pandora's Box
   The Way of All Flesh

Scientific Progress as Related to Frankish Civilization and Romanity

Magic and the origins of modern science
The Science Delusion - Rupert Sheldrake

Science Resurrects God — Jim Holt, Wall Street Journal, Dec. 24, 1997
Scientists are hard to work with on a committee, an academic friend once told me, because they often change their minds when they see new evidence. I was reminded of this a few months ago when I saw a survey in the journal Nature. It revealed that 40% of American physicists, biologists and mathematicians believe in God—and not just some metaphysical abstraction, but a deity who takes an active interest in our affairs and hears our prayers: the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. This percentage, it turns out, is exactly the same as it was in 1916, when an identical poll was taken. Strikingly, as the nation's intelligentsia has turned toward atheism, many in the scientific community have stuck to theism. They apparently haven't changed their minds about whether God exists.

Fr. John Romanides

Protopresbyter John Romanides Teaching on Creation

Fr. John Romanides Teaching on the Creation of the World and Man — Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6