Author Archives: Mel Wild

About Mel Wild

God's favorite (and so are you), a son and a father, happily married to the same beautiful woman for 40 years. We have three incredible adult children. My passion is pursuing the Father's heart in Christ and giving it away to others. My favorite pastime is being iconoclastic and trailblazing the depths of God's grace. I'm also senior pastor of Cornerstone Church in Wisconsin.

The mindset of heaven’s realm

There is a wisdom that confounds the wise. It’s inaccessable to the cynical, the arrogant, and the know-it-alls. It’s this wisdom that unlocks the door to heaven’s realm. It’s really about perception and a very different way of thinking that … Continue reading

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Collectivism vs. Christianity

I’ve been saying for a while now that Socialism in all its forms is like a religion of sorts that’s antithetical to Christianity. Yet, some Christians seem to think that Jesus was a Socialist. The truth is, there can be … Continue reading

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Why Socialism always fails

First, let me say that Socialism’s strength is that it easily plays on people’s emotional heart strings, manipulating their sense of fairness and compassion. It’s also easy to entice the uninformed with the promise of free healthcare and free college … Continue reading

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What is needed is mercy

James said that mercy triumphs over judgment (James 2:13). But why is this so? One reason is because this world would be insufferable without mercy. Just imagine a world where there’s no mercy given for any wrong you’ve might’ve ever … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about Cuba

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’re aware of the massive anti-Communist protests in Cuba that started on July 11. This once beautiful and properous country is a disturbing example of what happens when you go from Capitalism to … Continue reading

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The most dangerous Christian

The most dangerous Christian in the world is not the one who knows the Bible frontwards and backwards, the firebrand preacher, or even the most uncompromising believer. The most dangerous Christian is the one who has entered into the cooperative … Continue reading

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Democracy and other slogan manipulations

Why do Socialists love using the word “democracy” so much? After all, there has never been anything “democratic” about actual Socialist regimes in history. Even today, all you have to do is look at Cuba and Venezuela to see what’s … Continue reading

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The nature of spiritual blindness

What I find so interesting about Jesus’ teaching style is that He taught only in parables to the crowds. Even His most important messages were shrouded in mystery to the disinterested. He only explained them to those whose hearts were … Continue reading

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From Hegel to Cultural Marxism

I came across the following short video that gives a brief history of cultural Marxism (also known as neo-Marxism). I covered Hegel’s influence in “Uncovering the Wokish Beast,” so I thought this would be a good supplemental post. It’s especially … Continue reading

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Meet the man who taught us to hate America

If our young people have a generally negative view of America, we can probably put much of the blame on popular textbooks like Howard Zinn’s “A People’s History of the United States,” published in 1980. This textbook has since become … Continue reading

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