This is post 3 of 10 in the series “Black Lives Matter” Racism and Black Lives Matter: Worldview Reflections The Human Race, Antidote to Racism! Two Forms of Racism Postmodern Racism: Ideological Social Justice What is “Whiteness”? Racism Is in the Human Heart Three Important Distinctions Regarding Racism Hope in
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This is post 5 of 18 in the series “classics” Not Every Story is Based in Reality How Homosexuality Became Normal in the West How Evolutionists Explain Poverty Lies Enslave, Truth Transforms Human Evil, Cosmic Consequences NURTURING: The Wonder of Being There Personal God, Personal Creation The Implications of Moral
Black genocide in America? Yes. And you may be surprised to find out who’s doing it. Or maybe not. First, meet Dr. La Verne Tolbert, author, professor, women’s magazine editor, and spokesperson for L’Oreal. Her credentials as an African American woman secured an invitation to join the board of directors
This is post 2 of 2 in the series “guns” Guns Have Not Changed Guns vs. Scalpels: Which Kills More Children? Guns and scalpels are both used to kill children. Virtually everyone in America is asking, How is it possible that we are having such gun violence in our schools?
This is post 2 of 7 in the series “7 key virtues” Meekness: A Needed Virtue in a Divided Nation Repentance: An Everyday Virtue for Everyone Hope Points Us Forward Prayer: A Virtue of Profound Benefit Joy, the Fruit of Obedience Righteousness is Actually a Virtue! Self-Control: The First Virtue?
In the previous post we showed that, measured by actual practice, many who say “black lives matter” really believe that only some black lives matter. That’s the reasonable conclusion from the deafening silence about so much black-on-black violence. In addition to the horrendous black-on-black violence and homicides, there is another place where
Photo by Fibonacci Blue from Minnesota “Black lives matter, but some black lives matter more than others” (with apologies to George Orwell). At least that’s what one gathers from the movement. It began only after several controversial (and lamentable) police shootings. In the words of one of the founders, Alicia Garza: “#BlackLivesMatter
By Fibonacci Blue from Minnesota, USA Answer: Black Lives Matter. Question: What popular ethnic slogan would have struck most ears as redundant until a few months ago? As a PR strategy, the phrase “Black Lives Matter” has been wildly successful. Coined in 2013 after the Treyvon Martin shooting, it has since
The recent tragic and vile shooting at the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood facility has returned abortion to the front and center of the nation’s consciousness. There are two perspectives in the debate, one based in reality, the other in an ideological narrative. For years, the pro-abortion lobby has argued that
Now is the time for the church in the United States to rise up and stand strongly for the dignity of human life. At the end of World War II, General Patton gathered the civic leaders in towns and villages that had concentration camps nearby. He compelled these business leaders,