Strangers in a Strange Land: Christianity and Contemporary Culture

Jun 13, 2017 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, Culture Watch: There is nothing much new under the sun, as Solomon reminded us some 3000 years ago. And for much of the last 2000 years Christians have been wrestling with how they should relate to the surrounding culture. Differing views have been held, and the discussion...

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Recovering a More Complex Story of the Christian West

Jun 7, 2017 by

by Matthew J Franck, Public Discourse: As I was finishing Nick Spencer’s The Evolution of the West, I happened to be in the same room with my mother on a Sunday afternoon. We’ve often exchanged books, so she asked what I was reading, and I showed her the cover, reading the subtitle to her, How...

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Voices of the Silenced: Experts, Evidences and Ideology

Jun 2, 2017 by

From Core Issues Trust. Remembering the contribution of ancient Jewish values to Western civilization, Voices of the Silenced highlights the goals of sexual politics and the silencing of views opposing the return to the pansexual cultures of the pre-Christian Graeco-Roman world. It listens to the...

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Courage under fire

Jun 1, 2017 by

by Joe Boot, Ezra Institute. […] How is it that Christians have been caught so off-guard and flat-footed in our revolutionary times? There are many things that could be said about this question, but one important answer is that, in general, Christian believers lacked vigilance and neglected...

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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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