Tag Archives: Identity Politics

Why do we resist freedom?

What is it about us as human beings that we resist being truly free? Why do we prefer to be held by fear, to be the victim or the perpetrator, the oppressed or the oppressor? Why do we cling to … Continue reading

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Why Critical Theory is not compatible with Christ

Did you ever find yourself just dumbfounded when you see people accusing others of racism while making blatantly racist statements themselves, like BLM activist Monica Cannon-Grant’s tirade against interracial marriages that would make David Duke and Adolf Hitler proud? Or, … Continue reading

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Riots to Revival!

There’s an old Chinese curse that says, may you live in interesting times. We certainly have that in 2020! We’ve witnessed a total economic shutdown, cultural upheavals, our cities literally burning down, anarchy and violence in the streets, all in … Continue reading

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Black lives DO matter…and the BLM organization is dangerous

Okay, I’m going to delve again into this heated but critically important issue facing us today, which is summed up with the statement, “black lives matter,” by posting a short video by Dr. Michael Brown. I’m departing from my normal … Continue reading

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Following Jesus versus Identity Politics

I shared last week why I’m not political. What I really don’t like about politics is what it’s become, especially in what’s been dubbed, “identity politics.” I don’t like it when it comes from either the political left or right. … Continue reading

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Marxism, Artificial Intelligence, and Postmodernism

I’m going to go a little off-topic today to share something controversial but I think important. Jordan Peterson has made an interesting connection between Marxism, artificial intelligence, and postmodernism in the video interview below. I’m always interested in where we … Continue reading

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