Well said. In the age of social media, our ability to argue, debate, critically think, analyze, synthesize, and the like have been degraded, corroded, and starved. Unlike the humanistic renaissance, if Wikipedia doesn’t include something (and hasn’t edited it out of existence), people are bound not to know the history of their ideas, culture, faith, or the like. Many modern peoples are happy eclectics, believing in disparate doctrines and ignoring the gulfs between them. One such claim is that people can preach the Gospel by only doing good works. This article helps to address one such area where my early 21st century contemporaries have abandoned any such helpful learning: the source of a human’s value.