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Election 2016: Making Sense of the Nonsense

I haven’t written any articles in awhile, but when I do, politics is one of my least favorite things to write about.  It often ends up being childish bickering and when someone does take a stand on something, they are criminalized by the other party.  Regardless, I’m going to set ...

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What Cultural Marxism is and Why You Should Care

Cultural Marxism, the second generation of communism, has been damaging our society for decades now. Coming out of the Frankfurt school, which instructed a generation of producers, writers and teachers in the 1960s, this ideology is responsible for the steady decline in family values, the filth on TV and in the ...

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What is the Responsible Love Christ Requires?

I look at the refugee crisis going on in the Western World and the response from Christians has me asking the question: Are we children of God or are we “free love flower children”? Have we become so drunk on the idea of doing good works so that we do ...

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Profiles on the Enemies of God: Tolerance

Tolerance and apathy are the final virtues of a dying society, so said Aristotle. Today we bear witness to the end results of tolerance and are seeing the beginnings of apathy. Tolerance has seeped into the church and poisoned the Body of Christ causing a rotting away of its members. ...

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