The Windrush generation was built on agency

Mar 21, 2024 by

by Lord Sewell, CapX: By victimising the Windrush generation, we’ve forgotten their successes. As a child, I attended Sunday School at St John’s Anglican Church. We were taught each week the best stories in the world. What is clear...

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Theology of victimhood: a pastoral response

Aug 17, 2023 by

By Dave Doveton. Victimhood: the condition of having been hurt, damaged, or made to suffer, especially when you want people to feel sorry for you because of this or use it as an excuse for something. (Cambridge Dictionary) Introduction...

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When virtue-signalling goes wrong

Oct 6, 2021 by

by Jo Bartosch, spiked: LGBT rainbow crossings are apparently confusing guide dogs. Rainbow zebra crossings have spread like an unsightly rash across the world. When one first appeared in the town in which I live, opinion was divided....

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We can’t let wokeness conquer the Church

Feb 10, 2021 by

by Calvin Robinson, spiked: Many in the clergy now prefer critical race theory to Christianity. […]  Robinson-Brown epitomises the Church of England’s slide into wokeness. For instance, he recently wished ‘A blessed Sunday to...

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Intersectionality and the Christian Left

Oct 17, 2020 by

by Derryck Green, Juicy Ecumenism: Recently I received an email from a concerned Christian regarding the inevitable adoption of antiracism training for his church’s leadership. With Christian humility, the sender sought assistance in...

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When Victimhood Leads to Genocide – Prof. Jordan Peterson on Dekulakization

Jul 6, 2020 by

In this excerpt of his lecture series “Maps of Meaning” psychology professor Jordan Peterson talks about an especially bleak and horrifying but relatively unknown episode in the history of the Soviet Union – the Dekulakization. He...

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