Tag Archives: the postchristian world

Atheism, Social Justice, and the Id

Previously I noted how the thinking of a typical social justice advocate seems to be rooted in subjectivity and emotion.  I think this insight helps us to better understand the social justice crowd, but I think we can also dive … Continue reading

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More Intellectual Elites Who Embraced Pedophilia

In a previous posting I wrote, As we proceed into the terrain of the post-Christian world, it has become more obvious to me that our “intellectual elites” would be better described as our “intellectual freaks.”  If one doubts me, explain … Continue reading

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The Post-Christian World is Full of Elves

Kimberel Eventide speaks to GMB about identifying as a trans-species elf and explains what it means to be an ‘otherkin’: My favorite part is around 2:22, when the female journalist says she doesn’t want to insult the elf because she … Continue reading

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The Sentimental Moralist

Commenting on the hysterical reaction to the Covington student issue, Matthew Schmitz made some incredibly insightful points that also apply to the original hysteria surrounding the Jussie Smollett allegations: Oscar Wilde defined the sentimentalist as one “who desires to have … Continue reading

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Feelings Matter Most

I encourage you to watch the short video below.  While I don’t agree with the twitter guy that all liberals think like this, as I know plenty of liberals who think facts are important, I do think this is a … Continue reading

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