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Category Archives: Christianity
Rod Dreher’s cognitive dissonance on matters of race, and the role of implicit whiteness in the BenOp things he so admires, takes a hilarious turn in his recent column “Poverty as Culture”. Dreher is responding to Jesuit priest Paddy Gilger’s … Continue reading
In “A Mythology for the New Right”, C.B. Robertson discusses how the New Right ought to orient itself towards Christianity: “Given what religions are, and the purposes they serve, it would seem that the way to choose one’s religion is … Continue reading
“Oy Vey in a Manger” is a musical ‘comedy’ by The Kinsey Sicks, currently playing off-Broadway: SYNOPSIS: Touring the US & the world for 24 years, The Kinsey Sicks return Off-Broadway with a deliciously blasphemous holiday musical, as they try … Continue reading
Rod Dreher rightly takes issue with the Texas State University student op-ed (that white DNA is an “Abomination”), but then concludes: There is a sickness in this country. White supremacy is a sickness. The left-wing version of it — denouncing … Continue reading
A couple of months ago, I wrote a piece for Counter-Currents on “The Red-Pilling of Rod Dreher”, as I find him a barometer of neo-liberal collapse, the pathological altruism of his Christian universalism slamming up against the hard surfaces of … Continue reading
Blood and Faith: Christianity in American White Nationalism is a new book by Damon Berry. From the Publisher’s site: Damon T. Berry is assistant professor in the religious studies department at St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York. He has … Continue reading
Here is a perfect example of where the universalism and race-denialism of Christianity clashes directly with even the basic foundations of the inherent racial identity that a culture and civilization possesses. Leaders at the church that George Washington attended decided … Continue reading
In “God Vs. Identity Politics”, Rod Dreher embarks on another long-winded dance with the ‘Devil’ that is identity politics. (Over at Counter-Currents, I previously wrote about Dreher’s growing internal struggle with the increasingly obvious tenets of race-realism and identity-politics-for-white-people in … Continue reading
My first post for Counter-Currents is “The Red Pilling of Rod Dreher”, a reworking of a post I did earlier this week.