Category Archives: Christianity

How Do You Change Your Life?

There was a nasty guy I saw at Placer High School named Steve Pitman. He was a bully. I kept my distance. He scared me. A couple of years after I left high school, I ran into him again and … Continue reading

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Blood and Faith: Christianity in American White Nationalism

Here are some highlights from this new book: * We should then understand that Oliver’s critique of what he described as “quaint” patriotism and American conservatism was essentially pragmatic in relation to the survival of the white race. He was … Continue reading

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Blood and Faith: Christianity in American White Nationalism

Greg Johnson writes: Damon Berry’s Blood and Faith is published in the Syracuse University Press series on Religion and Politics, which also features Scott Beekman’s William Dudley Pelley: A Life in Right-Wing Extremism and the Occult; Kerry Noble’s Tabernacle of … Continue reading

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LAT: The profane origins of ‘Merry Christmas’

I wonder why the news media and the entertainment industry revel in trashing the sacredness of Christmas. Why are there incentives among our elites to trash the public observance of Christianity? A nation that does not have a sacred zone … Continue reading

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Is Christianity The Way Forward For Christendom?

Lawrence writes: Christmas sucks, man. I’ve been arguing with some supposedly “red pilled” Christians (an oxymoron if there was ever one) here on FB in the past few weeks and, stupid as it may sound, the penny has finally dropped … Continue reading

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