“The cause of freedom and faith must be passed on, which is why the left hates things like history and family.”
“The satraps of Davos don’t want to simply reset a post-Covid world. Or a post-fossil fuels world. Or even a post-racial world. They want to run it, forever, and while they no longer have need of a god, they’ll always need an enemy. They may not believe in a power higher than themselves, but they certainly believe in demons, and their most irksome devil is you.”
“While Christianity embraces people from all cultures and languages and nations, that spiritual unity does not mean there is no longer a place for nations and ethnic groupings.”
“[M]y goal is to reinvigorate Christendom in the West – that is my chief aim.”
Orwell, Huxley and C.S. Lewis’ concerns about “unethical science and unconstrained technology” have largely gone unheeded.
“So often today we smugly look back and ask, ‘Why did not more German Christians speak out back then?’ Well, simply look at our deathly silence during two years of hardcore statist lockdowns. Most folks went right along with all of it, not saying a word, and actually hating on those who did. Nothing has changed.”
“The anti-racism industry is big business. Democrats need racism and a racist nation in order to keep pulling on the heartstrings of the African-American public.”
“While there’s more work to be done, these films show that Hollywood may be waking up to the fact that people want films that entertain, not indoctrinate.”
“We tell each other lies about the fight for free will and independence, but we don’t really want that. We want to be told how to live. And then die when we are not looking.”
“Indeed, there is a caricature view among Christian that law is bad, and the gospel is good. But this is neither biblical nor helpful.”
Here are some good critiques of the religious left and SJWs.
‘The Forgotten Menzies’ is a timely reminder about the role of good government in an era desperately in need of conviction politicians, and straight-talking leaders, not (to quote Janet Albrechtsen), ‘therapists fretting about our feelings.’
I’m confident in saying that it is one of the most important books I’ve read in a while.
The only protection of fundamental rights comes from the commanded order as revealed by God through His self-revealing in time and space, through Covenant and Christ.
Powerful and unique are two of the best ways to quickly describe season one of ‘The Chosen’, a ‘pay-it-forward’ episodic, visual chronicle of the life of Jesus.