As Christians we live in quite desperate and precarious times in the West. The great historical (and current) persecutions of Christianity throughout the ages it seems is no match for the conquer dressed in humanitarian clothing known as secular, post-enlightenment liberalism. Where the soviet gulags failed to break the strength and determination of both Orthodox… Continue reading What To Do With Despair? Life Among The Ruins.
Equality is a tricky business. Many people are divided on how to define it, and more still are confounded on the how’s and why’s of implementing it. The simple fact of the matter is that equality is a man-made concept. Equality is not intrinsically bad, let me be frank. In fact, some of the greatest… Continue reading Sic Vita Est
In our troubled times, there exist many moral dilemmas that professors of higher education face on a daily basis. “University culture” has become a masquing term that is synonymous with a society where controversial topics are utterly one-sided; free speech is frowned upon and emotion is prioritized as opposed to objective truth and reason. It… Continue reading On the Ethical Implications of Professorship
25 years ago, a religious compound called Mt. Carmel outside of Waco, Texas was besieged and destroyed by the US government. Their apocalypse began when the ATF arrived with a search warrant, but instead of coming as police, they came as soldiers. A gunfight began between the Branch-Davidians and the nearly hundred agents trained for… Continue reading WACO: 25 Years Later