ILuvSnoopy Wrote:
Jan 22, 2013 9:25 AM
Learning Community, your post makes no sense. While the means of transmitting information may have changed, human nature has not. This is why codes of conduct originally printed on something other than paper dating back to The Code of Hamurabi which predates the Bible are still taught to school children. There is a consistency to some basic principles in these codes of conduct throughout history. Additionally, books which are considered "Classics" have stood the test of time. The fact these books are now in digital form has not changed the reality of their existence nor the meaning of the realities of human nature which they communicate.