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October 19

Tim Keller’s Neo-Marxism

“In his best-seller, The Reason for God, Keller says that he was ‘heavily influenced by the neo-Marxist critical theory of the Frankfurt School. He writes: ‘The social activism was particulary attractive, and the critique of American bourgeoisie society was compelling’. He admits that he ‘was emotionally’ drawn to the social activism of the neo-Marxists. Keller […]

Marxist Roots of Political Correctness

American Capitalism Gone With A Whimper

Y5EQUH3D6ATE The following article was written by Russian Stanislav Mishin in April of 2009. Though the article itself is two years old, it is still quite relevant and thought provoking. Would that Americans saw America with such clarity as this man. Of course, I cannot say I fully agree with everything said here and the opinions […]

A Reader’s Suggestion for Political Peace

Ok, so on occasion…every now and then…we get a little, tiny, maybe somewhat political around here. It’s rare actually, but… No apologies. Today I was too busy to post the thing I‘ve been working on for 3 days. Anyway, I received this little tidbit from a reader that I thought was quite thought provoking. Have […]

Why The Genesis Account of Creation Is Scientifically Viable & Important To You

The question of origins is one of the most significant that a person ever faces: where we came from is crucial to understanding who we are and where we are going. Whether the world was created or has evolved has been a major point of controversy in philosophy, religion, politics and science for the last […]

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