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Identity in Christ: Perspective

In our divisive culture today, one’s identity either joins or separates us from others. The culture focuses on race, class, or gender. For Christians, our identity is grounded in Christ. Even as all humans are creations of God, Christians are born again (or born from above in Greek) by the Holy Spirit (John 3: 3). [&hellip

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Identity in Christ: Peace

In our divisive culture today, one’s identity either joins or separates us from others. The culture focuses on race, class, or gender. For Christians, our identity is grounded in Christ. Even as all humans are creations of God, Christians are born again (or born from above in Greek) by the Holy Spirit (John 3: 3). [&hellip

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Identity in Christ: Inclusion

Our culture’s narrative focuses on identity: with which race, class, or gender do you identify? For Christians, our identity is grounded in Christ. Even as all humans are creations of God, Christians are born again (or born from above in Greek) by the Holy Spirit (John 3: 3). Because we are now children of God, [&hellip

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Success (Part 2)

This second blog on success address the question why everyone is not successful in life. Is it due to individual effort (or lack thereof) or systems that are designed to favor only a few?  Dr. Thomas Sowell, economics professor and Senior Fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution, explained this in his book Discrimination and Disparities.  Sowell noted [&hellip

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Success (Part 1)

Why isn’t everyone successful in life, whether in school of work?  Is it due to individual effort (or lack thereof) or systems that are designed to favor only a few?  Dr. Thomas Sowell, economics professor and Senior Fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution, explained this in his book Discrimination and Disparities.  Sowell noted that success is [&hellip

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CRT: definition and solution

Christopher Rufo is a writer, filmmaker, and researcher. He focuses on critical race theory, homelessness, poverty, and other afflictions. For Hillsdale College’s Imprimis Magazine, he defined Critical Race Theory and offered solutions. Read the full article at https://imprimis.hillsdale.edu/critical-race-theory-fight

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Best house in a bad neighborhood

This blog series has addressed Critical Theory: its origin, concepts, consequences, and how to respond to it. One last way to respond to Critical Theory is to examine our country and Western civilization in the light of other countries. Simply out, the United States is the best house in a bad neighborhood. Freedom House is [&hellip

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Responding to Critical Theory

The United States is in the midst of a cultural war that has been building for decades. It is a war of worldviews: a Judeo-Christian one on which Western civilization is built versus a Marxist worldview that seeks to transform America. Why is this happening? In the early 1930’s The Frankfort School’s Marxist professors moved [&hellip

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Critical Theory and sexuality

Pornography. Same-sex marriage. Transgenderism. The United States is in the midst of a cultural war that has been building for decades. It is a war of worldviews: a Judeo-Christian one on which Western civilization is built versus a Marxist worldview that seeks to transform America. Why is this happening? In the early 1930’s The Frankfort [&hellip

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Freedom of speech & “repressive tolerance”

The United States is in the midst of a cultural war that has been building for decades. It is a war of worldviews: a Judeo-Christian one on which Western civilization is built versus a Marxist worldview that seeks to transform America. Why is this happening? In the early 1930’s The Frankfort School’s Marxist professors moved [&hellip

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