Equity: When the Left Goes Too Far

May 16, 2019 by

by Jordan Peterson: DIE: It seems to me that the identifying factors of the radical left types that dominate the humanities and social sciences (and, increasingly, the HR departments of corporations) most particularly constitute the mantra of Diversity, Inclusivity and Equity (DIE). Of these three, equity is the most egregious, self-righteous, historically-ignorant and dangerous. Equity means “equality,” in some manner, and is a term designed to appeal to the natural human tendency toward...

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Publication of IICSA report into Anglican Church

May 9, 2019 by

from the Church of England Media Centre: The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, IICSA, has today published its report into the Anglican Church based on its case studies last year of the Diocese of Chichester and the response to allegations against the former Bishop of Gloucester, Peter Ball. The 252-page report makes five recommendations about a range of issues. These will now be studied in detail and a full response released at a later date. The Inquiry’s third and final hearing in...

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Converse Launches ‘LGBTQ+’ Shoe Line Featuring Child Drag Queen

May 9, 2019 by

by Amanda Prestigiacomo, Daily Wire: On Monday, Converse announced that they have “partnered” with folks “connected to the LGBTQ+ community” to promote their new line of shoes known as the company’s “Pride Collection.” An 11-year-old child named Desmond Napoles, a so-called “drag kid” who goes by “Desmond is Amazing,” is one of the featured promoters. “We’re happy to launch our Pride Collection, partnering with six individuals connected to the LGBTQ+ community who show the power of expressing...

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What We Are Really Up Against – Time To Get the Big Picture

May 4, 2019 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch: Most people do not think ahead, do not look at the big picture, and do not consider the long-term. Most at best are only thinking ahead to what they will have for dinner, or what fun they will get up to on the weekend. Sadly many Christians can be included in this myopia and lack of vision. I already wrote about this in terms of the culture wars: billmuehlenberg.com/2016/04/18/big-picture-long-term/ Here I want to discuss this in terms of the mega-spiritual...

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The weird cult of Greta Thunberg: she’s not the Green Messiah

Apr 25, 2019 by

by Martin Sewell, Archbishop Cranmer: The activities of those following the latest fashion in political activism have been disrupting the nation’s capital, and yesterday its unlikely spokesperson and poster child, Greta Thunberg, went to Westminster to urge MPs to “do more” about climate change. I speak of fashion deliberately: popular protest is in part an expression of a culture of group identification which Saul Alinski’s Rules for Radicals pressed upon its supporters. “A good tactic is one...

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The Easter Sunday Hymn: Thine Be the Glory

Apr 21, 2019 by

by Margaret Ashworth, The Conservative Woman: THERE can be no greater example than the Easter narrative of bitter anguish turning into triumph and joy. On Friday Jesus was crucified, dying after six hours in agony. His body was placed in a tomb with a massive rock at the entrance, sealed and guarded on the orders of Judea’s Roman governor Pontius Pilate. The next day was the Sabbath or day of rest. So it is just after sunrise on Sunday that two of Jesus’s women followers, Mary Magdalene and...

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