Political Correctness Primer – Part 4 – Conclusions

This is the fourth part of a series of postings dealing with political correctness.  In Part 1, the historical background of political correctness was outlined, in Part 2, the various components of the implementation were explored and in Part 3, some concepts and actions within our culture and political landscape were addressed and critiqued.

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Political Correctness Primer – Part 3 – Concepts and Actions

This is the third part of a series of postings dealing with political correctness. In Part 1, the historical background of political correctness was outlined, and in Part 2, the various components of the implementation were explored.

In this part, some concepts and actions within our culture and political landscape are addressed and critiqued.  Note . . . → Read More: Political Correctness Primer – Part 3 – Concepts and Actions

Political Correctness Primer – Part 2 – Implementation

This is the second part of a series of postings dealing with political correctness.  In the first part, the historical background of political correctness was discussed, including the Frankfurt School and the development of Cultural Marxism following WWI, and the merger of that movement with the former pro-Soviet Marxists in the 1960s. The development of . . . → Read More: Political Correctness Primer – Part 2 – Implementation

Political Correctness Primer – Part 1 – History (draft)

This is the first of a 4-part series of postings dealing with political correctness.  There are a wide range of issues of concern in our culture, such as abortion, same-sex marriage, transgenderism, euthanasia, sex education, religion in the public square, and discrimination against Christians.  Clearly these issues have a common thread throughout: they all have . . . → Read More: Political Correctness Primer – Part 1 – History (draft)

Jordan Peterson on neo-Marxism, Postmodernism and Free Speech – Early 2017

Given in the following are links to a series of events during early 2017 featuring University of Toronto Psychology Professor Jordan Peterson. Dr. Peterson achieved international notoriety during the Fall of 2016, when he publicly stated his refusal to use desired pronouns for non-cis transgender people. A large controversy erupted, ultimately focusing on neo-Marxism, postmodernism, . . . → Read More: Jordan Peterson on neo-Marxism, Postmodernism and Free Speech – Early 2017

Free Speech in Canada and the Survival of the West

Freedom of speech has become controversial in Canada in recent months, and in the ongoing furor, some important issues have been raised that are foundational to the survival of the West. At the center of much of this turmoil is University of Toronto Psychology Professor Jordan Peterson. In late September he posted a several videos . . . → Read More: Free Speech in Canada and the Survival of the West

Sourcing Evangelical Progressivism — Part 2 — Racial Issues

This is the second essay in a series dealing with the ideological source of contemporary progressivism, and the implications for evangelicals.  In Part 1, the correlation was examined between political correctness and Cultural Marxism, and some source documentation was reviewed.  For example, here’s an additional comment from Cultural Marxist co-founder Antonio Gramsci:

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Sourcing Evangelical Progressivism

Cultural and political ideologies have historical records which can be traced back to origins.  For evangelical Christians, the origins as well as contemporary manifestations of these ideologies can be examined relative to adherence to or divergence from the Biblical record.

The term “progressive” refers to the current operating ideology of the Democrat party.  Following WWII, . . . → Read More: Sourcing Evangelical Progressivism

Evangelical Progressives and Fundaphobia

Over the past number of years, in conversation with friends and acquaintances involved in Christian Higher Education, the words “fundamentalism” or “fundamentalist” are often expressed, generally with disapproval.  These labels seem to be applied in a variety of discussions: theological, scientific, and political. Based not only on these encounters but also reading blogs and symposia . . . → Read More: Evangelical Progressives and Fundaphobia

The Mission of Jesus Christ

Some months ago, I was asked by a dear friend to describe what I thought was the mission of Jesus Christ.  He made the request of a number of others, and then recently released the results.  He was affirmative enough about what I wrote, that I have decided to post it in this blog:

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