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John McWhorter's Woke Racism Book Review
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Book Review: John McWhorter’s Woke Racism

This is a brief review of John McWhorter’s Woke Racism. It could be called an important book for people who …

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Living Free: Reflections on Libertarian Christian Living

When you reflect on what living free means as libertarian Christian, what comes to mind? If you affirm the principles …

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Critical Race Theory: Interview with Phil Magness

This interview is adapted from our podcast interview with Dr. Phil Magness. If you would like to listen to the …

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The Importance of Community in the Creation of Money

Menger wrote in Geld, 1909, that “what is money for one people is not necessarily money for other peoples, and …

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Christmas in an Anti-Christian Age

This article was written by Pat Buchanan, and was originally published at LewRockwell.com on December 26, 2012. For two millennia, …

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Christian Worldview

Of Pilgrims and Communism

As people in the United States celebrate Thanksgiving this week, we rightly express gratitude for the divine providence that sustains …

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Rights, Obligations, Favor and Love

John Knowlton is an entrepreneur, pastor, and avid cyclist. He lives in Kalamazoo, MI with his wife and children. Find …

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The Halo Effect: Why People Trust the State

This is a guest post by Caleb Furlough. He received his PhD from North Carolina State University in Human Factors …

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Culture

All Humor is Racist – That’s pretty funny

He who sits in the heavens laughs, The Lord holds them in derision. Psalm 2:4 Perhaps the best way to …

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Self-Sufficiency: A Practice of Fellowship, Stewardship, and Liberation.

For the majority of human history, self-sufficiency was the main way of life. A family, or a group of families, …

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Book Reviews

Work and Worship (Book Review)

Overview In Work and Worship: Reconnecting Our Labor and Liturgy, authors Matthew Kaemingk and Cory B. Willson set out to …

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Christian Worldview

When Christians Love Political Power More Than People

… the devil took him to the peak of a very high mountain and showed him all the kingdoms of …

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Culture

The Rot At The Core Of American Politics

“The man who reads nothing at all is better educated than the man who reads nothing but newspapers.” —Thomas Jefferson …

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Justice, Power, and Boundaries

“Do not pervert justice; do not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the great, but judge your neighbor …

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The Freedom to Move

This classic essay was originally written by Oscar Cooley and Paul Poirot, and is excerpted from a pamphlet originally published …

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“Stop Asian Hate” – The Sign of a Failed Justice System

John 15:17-19: This I command you, that you love one another. 18: If the world hates you, you know that …

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Those in Need Will Work for Food

This article was originally published in the Joplin Globe on May 14th, 2018. This is the final installment of the 7 pieces in …

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The Equality Act’s Potential Impact on Faith-Based Efforts

This is the fifth of 7 installments in our series, “Compassion, Not Compulsion: Why the Welfare State Fails to Lift …

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Subsidizing Isolation: Unintended Consequences of the FCC’s ‘Lifeline’ Program

This is the fourth of 7 installments in our series, “Compassion, Not Compulsion: Why the Welfare State Fails to Lift …

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Where did all the Poor People Go?

This is the third of 7 installments in our series, “Compassion, Not Compulsion: Why the Welfare State Fails to Lift …

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Charity is no Part of the Government

This is the second of 7 installments in our series, “Compassion, Not Compulsion: Why the Welfare State Fails to Lift …

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Could Government Welfare be Undermining Compassion?

This is the first of 7 installments in our series, “Compassion, Not Compulsion: Why the Welfare State Fails to Lift …

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“Christian America” Is Dead. Where Does Our Hope Come From?

When it comes to the contemporary political and cultural landscape, I believe a large segment of American Christians feel completely surrounded with no means of escape, and they are fighting like hell against their enemies. To be sure, not every American Christian feels this way — only those who identify America, consciously or subconsciously, as fundamentally Christian in its character and values.

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The Two American Conservatisms

“We cannot allow our country to be deprived of the Judeo-Christian values that make it so great.” That is the …

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Christian Worldview

Can Pro-life Christians Vote for a Pro-choice Candidate?

Can pro-life Christians vote in good faith for a pro-choice candidate? Richard Mouw of Fuller Theological Seminary, along with other …

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