Civilisation would die without cultural appropriation

May 23, 2017 by

by Campbell Campbell-Jack, MercatorNet: The latest moral panic would make the apostle Paul a hegemonic imperialist. Admittedly it is a crowded field but cultural appropriation is probably the most bat guano crazy, insane nonsense yet perpetrated by the snowflake generation. This matters to...

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What about Stalin? No, stick to the point about Hitler

May 20, 2017 by

by Neil McCrae, TCW: Pussy hats galore! In their sceptical view of the mass demonstrations after Donald Trump’s inauguration, the likes of Piers Morgan and Sarah Vine suggested that the millions of female protestors across the Western world should reconsider their priorities: what about Saudi...

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Inside North Korea: two views of Christians that prevail

May 19, 2017 by

Church of England Newspaper May 19 2017 North Korea, part of which once was known as the “Hermit Kingdom”, has now forced itself onto the world stage through the actions of its leader Kim Jong-un, the Chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea and supreme leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of...

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Scripture, Authority, Inspiration and Culture

May 2, 2017 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch: Some recent articles I did on the role of women in leadership (in the church and at home), and on head coverings, not surprisingly unleashed a torrent of heated debate. While such issues are certainly important, they are, in a sense, secondary matters, not...

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St George’s Day 2017: Why England should celebrate their patron saint

Apr 23, 2017 by

by Amy Willis, Metro: All across Wales people get their daffs out for St David’s Day and in Scotland St Andrew’s Day is a national holiday. But St George’s Day passes each year, unnoticed by many, and often completely unmarked or celebrated. This year St George’s Day (today) could finally be time...

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The Golden Age of Phony

Apr 22, 2017 by

by Alex Keeney, The American Conservative: Virtue signaling is a primal scream of self-righteousness. The popular line on politics goes something like this: politicians are self-serving, institutions are self-preserving, and government is broken. In better times, this type of dissatisfaction...

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