Culture War

Exile in the ‘Seven Mountains’: beyond a politics of domination

"As Evan Koons explains in the film, 'Simply put, we are being called by God to spend the remainder of our days serving our captors, working with them (not fighting them or conforming to them or fleeing from them – but serving them) and compromising nothing.'" - Acton

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Contra Rod Dreher, Not All Signs Point to a Woke Dictatorship in America

"At its best, the book forces an increasingly frayed and polarized Christian church to answer for its moral and political apathy. Yet Dreher’s work is missing something: a self-awareness, a careful sobriety, a consciousness that even those on the good side can unwittingly become the thing they seek to destroy." - C.Today

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How Liberal Arts Colleges Could Save Civilization

"The same love of darkness which will tear down statues, regardless of who they depict, will sacrifice the liberal arts core of education in the name of relevance. The culture wars are not really about right versus left; they are about memory versus oblivion." - TAC

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George Barna offers roadmap to help more Americans embrace a biblical worldview

"After highlighting that only 6% of U.S. adults possess a biblical worldview, George Barna, director of research at Arizona Christian University’s Cultural Research Center,  concluded that 'the only viable way to transform America is by restoring its collective worldview to reflect biblical principles.'" - CPost

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