It’s Time to Stop Compromising with Satan

Belle Plaine, Minnesota is a town of just under 7,000 residents, yet this past year it found itself in the national spotlight due to a religious controversy that has become an all-too-common story. This past summer, some of the town’s residents, with the city government’s permission, erected a memorial in a park dedicated to military … Continue reading It’s Time to Stop Compromising with Satan

Court Jesters & the Culture of Death: Exposing the Vacuous Thought Experiment of Paul Tomlinson

In this recent Salon article, Paul Rosenberg advances a thought experiment introduced by writer Paul Tomlinson, that both believe to be utterly devastating to the pro-life position. According to Rosenberg, not only does Tomlinson refute the pro-life position, he also exposes the entire movement for being made up of hypocritical liars motivated by a desire … Continue reading Court Jesters & the Culture of Death: Exposing the Vacuous Thought Experiment of Paul Tomlinson

Identifying the Ideological Enemy of the Catholic Church

"Hence we find Liberalism laying down as the basis of its propaganda the following principles: The absolute sovereignty of the individual in his entire independence of God and God’s authority. The absolute sovereignty of society in its entire independence of everything which does not proceed from itself. Absolute civil sovereignty in the implied right of … Continue reading Identifying the Ideological Enemy of the Catholic Church

Political Revolution is Covert Psychological Warfare

How is it that the victories in the culture war are so one-side? It seems that for every one or two battles that don’t go in the win column for the political revolutionaries, there are a dozen others that take more territory in their favor. Christians routinely speak of losing the culture and that we … Continue reading Political Revolution is Covert Psychological Warfare

Revolution Begets Revolution

This year will mark the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s revolt and will be celebrated by many who would consider themselves traditional, conservative, and biblical. This, however, is a contradiction. Conserving tradition and furthering revolution are fundamentally at odds. Preserving that which has been handed down cannot at the same time be rebelled against in … Continue reading Revolution Begets Revolution

Mises, Eugenics, & the Culture of Death

On page 668 of Human Action, Ludwig von Mises says, “Those fighting birth control want to eliminate a device indispensable for the preservation of peaceful human cooperation and the social division of labor. Where the average standard of living is impaired by the excessive increase in population figures, irreconcilable conflicts of interests arise. Each individual … Continue reading Mises, Eugenics, & the Culture of Death

The Linguistic Blackhole of Postmodernism

"The Meaning Gap Here it is worth exploring one apologetics issue in a bit more detail, to show just how wide can be the gap between the meaning we have for a word and the meaning that a skeptic has for it, even for seemingly very ordinary words: What does it mean to have faith … Continue reading The Linguistic Blackhole of Postmodernism

Virtue Signaling Inc.

The downward spiral of movement conservatism into an abyss of political and cultural irrelevance is accelerating at a staggering rate. The election of President Trump exposed the hopeless futility of contemporary conservatism, and as events continue to unfold during Trump’s tenure, the dialectic of “tradition-lite” has morphed into an industry of perpetual virtue signaling. The … Continue reading Virtue Signaling Inc.