Book Review: The Devil and Karl Marx

A 2019 Gallup poll found 43% of Americans believed socialism would be a “good thing” for the United States, an 18 point increase over the 25% reported in 1942.[1] This is a frightening thought, as Socialism and Communism have brought nothing but misery everywhere they are implemented. Professor Paul Kengor addresses the roots of Marxism,Continue reading “Book Review: The Devil and Karl Marx”

The Equality Act Strikes Before Becoming Law

Two Alaskan Airlines employees were fired for questioning the airline’s support of H.R. 5 – The Equality Act. The two employees did not ask hateful questions but wanted to know if Alaskan thinks “it’s possible to regulate morality,” and another asked if Alaska supported “endangering the Church, encouraging suppression of religious freedom, obliterating women rightsContinue reading “The Equality Act Strikes Before Becoming Law”

Part II – A Christian Response to Political Correctness

Following the commissioning of the original twelve, Jesus warns of persecution that will come as His follower. In Part I, we reviewed Matthew 10:16-17 and 10:19-20, where Jesus warned that He was sending His disciples out as “sheep” among “wolves” but not to fear as the Spirit will give them (and us) the words toContinue reading “Part II – A Christian Response to Political Correctness”

Book Review: Fault Lines

Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic and the death of George Floyd became the catalyst of political and social unrest in 2020, fueling social justice movements in many areas. Central to the unrest is what Time Magazine called “America’s Overdue Racial Awakening,” which highlighted the fallout of George Floyd’s death and the ensuing strife.[1] The Church wasContinue reading “Book Review: Fault Lines”

A Christian Response to Political Correctness

An edited and revised version of the article is currently under review for publication with the The Reformed Conservative. You can read Part II here. Addendum. Women who fled Maoist Cultural Revolution provides testimony to school board.

Colossians: Human Philosophy and Social Justice

Colossians was written in A.D. 62 by Paul while he was imprisoned. By this time the gospel had spread from Jerusalem to Syria, Asia Minor, Greece, Italy, and likely Egypt, North Africa, and Persia.[1] The church at Colossae was probably founded by a man named Epaphras who may have been converted by Paul in EphesusContinue reading “Colossians: Human Philosophy and Social Justice”