The entire stable of thinkers who crafted the cosmic architecture that has spawned feminism, LGBT thought, Occupy Wall Street, and Black Lives Matter? They’re dead white men.
Only someone tone-deaf to what’s going on in culture will fail to understand how we’re only a few logical steps away from suicide being an act of personal expression.
Especially for those bummed out about where our politics are going, today’s feast day of Ascension offers comfort.
Election cycles are increasingly becoming Armageddon. It all comes down to Gnosticism: treating the other side as the embodiment of evil.
Nearly 500 years later, Reformation Day’s biggest debate still rages. And history shows Martin Luther was right.
We’re watching our culture commit logocide—killing, not just discussion, but any potential framework for discussion. It means to end the West.
Let liberals see grievances lurking under every rock. Conservatives are grateful people.
We cannot understand what’s going on with gay marriage without understanding the spiritual pathology of our Gnostic cultural revolution.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker should have gone full Colonel Jessup on reporters who think science can determine prudential action.
It is not at all clear that the global evangelicalism surge will be good for humanity or orthodox Christianity.
Progressivism has become the gift that keeps on giving. But so long as our culture is dominated by Gnosticism, we will always be slouching toward collectivist ideology.
Dear Bill Maher: Reza Aslan is wrong. It’s totally okay to make the true and mundane statement that Islam and Christianity are different.
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