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Monday, February 24, 2020

Our current knowledge will be a lie in the future

Headlines Our current knowledge will be a lie in the future

EASTERN Province Minister, Makebi Zulu, interacts with pupils at Kampini Primary School at Chanida border post in Chadiza district on Tuesday. The Minister was on his familiarization tour of the district. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
EASTERN Province Minister, Makebi Zulu, interacts with pupils at Kampini Primary School at Chanida border post in Chadiza district on Tuesday. The Minister was on his familiarization tour of the district. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

By Nimi Princewill

Knowledge is an easily acquired unreliable asset! The continuous reliance on whatever portrays an individual as “knowledgeable” can likewise, portray the same individual as clueless and outdated in the long run.

Every knowledge is vulnerable to inferiority when a superior knowledge is diligently dug out of it’s mystery. In other words, whatever we currently know and believe to be true, is subject to change when a higher knowledge shows up!

As the world continues to transform in style, most of its components seem to tag along in a new underwear! Doctrines change, laws are modified, and ideologies evolve as a result of improved understanding to suit modern realities. Conservatives and religious extremists as expected, get to lose their temper as well!

The enticing upgrade in technology we drool over today, was initially taunted to be unintelligible, sheer wishful thinking and even acts of witchcraft in some religious quarters. Not because the working knowledge of science wasn’t staring us in the face the whole time. It was rather, our naïve understanding of scientific manipulation.

The ‘sacrilege’ of breaking loose from the stiff grip of religion, can place you at the receiving end of a judgmental stare down from a devout believer of a certain faith, who doesn’t consider you as being fully logged into his or her strong beliefs.

The practice of religion can be likened to alcohol and its varying mental effects on consumers. While it messes up the mind of a light head after a few gulps, you have no idea the ‘slice of heaven’ it gives to a pro! Religion is what you think of it, depending on your continuous depth of knowledge.

So, if you somewhat feel a disagreeing tingly sensation which seem to riot against some doctrinal beliefs you were indoctrinated into and devoutly perceived as “truth” all along, you may have begun your rites of passage into a “higher” knowledge!

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13 COMMENTS

  1. “So, if you somewhat feel a disagreeing tingly sensation which seem to riot against some doctrinal beliefs you were indoctrinated into and devoutly perceived as “truth” all along,”

    What a load of tripe is this Nimi?

    I have a PhD

    Thanks

    BB2014,2016

  2. what a PHD… The lady is something…. Can you tell us how your PHD help our country Zambia? We need development and your PHD is needed here… Give us you ideas on how to improve the economy?

  3. This ***** could probably be equivalent to a marketeer were it leaving in Zambia. Thank God you leave abroad if you even do. At least there you can get welfare pay

  4. I like the provocative nature of this guy, life begins to change when they start seeing your dissimilarity as dangerous. Truth is more than just a feeling or a fact, truth is a perspective. A perspective must be shared, the truth is there is something wrong with this world. On top of my head, religion makes this world more dangerous. The fact that each and everyone is convinced that God is on their side just baffles me….

  5. Illiterate people always want to behave and speak like they are educated and always will be talking about their qualifications.
    Just like a poor person will always of the riches.

    In any case this article lacks alot of deepeth. It’s very shallow to say the least. Knowledge is progressive and so what we know now will be improved on tomorrow

  6. LT why bring back this Satanist with his foolish writings. Didn’t you hear how the Ministry of Religion and National Guidance is deporting these false prophets. ThIs man is the embodiment of the Antichrist. Godrida Sumaili will be on your case. We now have a Ministry of Religion, so Be careful what you write about religion

  7. I think this is an intelligent perception. In the sixties cell phones were like science fiction in TV movies like The Saint ; Mission impossible and James Bond movies. Lets try to intelligently analyze these postings instead of waffling.

  8. Same way seeing cannabis as harmful to society is quickly showing up as the falsehood it is. The curious thing is Africans, blacks have serious issues making the first stand. We standby and watch 1,2,…3,000 others jump off a cliff before we realise the cliff is just a knee high ledge and the others are loong gone.

  9. he seem to suggest only scientific knowledge is progressive. social systems including religion should be allowed to evolve. consider communism. this write up is a great abridge as indeed it is provocative to the church and downhill theologists

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