Category Archives: Christianity

The Rise Of Christian Kinism

The New Republic is not happy: For alt-right Christians, Russell Moore is the embodiment of where the religious right went wrong—by refusing to openly embrace racism. Throughout his youth, Griffin says, he felt alienated by Christians like Moore who were … Continue reading

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Is David Brooks Converting To Christianity?

He divorced his wife a couple of years ago (after she converted to Judaism) and now it looks like he is marrying a Christian. It’s wondrous the deep spiritual change a pretty young woman can provoke in a married old … Continue reading

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MK Ben Ari rips up New Testament

I’m sure Jews wouldn’t protest if goyim started ripping up copies of the Talmud, so what’s the big deal here? YNET: MK Michael Ben Ari (National Union), a member of the Israeli parliament tore up a copy of the New … Continue reading

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The case for Christmas

Ricky Vaughn writes: “Stephen Miller is the most based Jew of all time.” Stephen Miller writes in 2006: It’s the most wonderful time of year-but you wouldn’t know it looking around Duke’s campus. You’d probably find more Christmas decorations at … Continue reading

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Forward: ‘This rhetorical shift may give opportunity for the majority to impose views on the minority’

Nathan Guttman writes: Many of Trump’s supporters, especially Christian evangelicals, have responded well to his campaign promise of restoring Christmas’s role as an all-American major holiday, a concept seen as providing the religious element to Trump’s pledge of “making America … Continue reading

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