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The Attack on Christ in Modern America

The following article, The Attack on Christ in Modern America, was first published on The American Vision. With violence in the streets of many of our most prominent cities, there is an underlying subtheme that is also troubling. Christophobia, which attacks anything Christian, is surely on the march. Perhaps the latest example is the burning of Bibles in recent Portland…

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The Antidote to Cancel Culture

The following article, The Antidote to Cancel Culture, was first published on The American Vision. Each week brings more bad news on “cancel culture”—primarily individuals losing their jobs for one alleged offensive statement. Cancel culture is about shutting people down based on passing, momentary ideological fads.  The communications director of Boeing was forced to abruptly resign because someone complained about…

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Atheists Won’t Like the Author of the Black National Anthem

The following article, Atheists Won’t Like the Author of the Black National Anthem, was first published on The American Vision. America is undergoing its cultural revolution right now, obliterating as much of the past as possible. We saw over the weekend, “social justice warriors” in Rochester, NY, tearing down a statue of Frederick Douglas—even though he was black, an escaped…

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Is America a “Failed” Experiment?

The following article, Is America a “Failed” Experiment?, was first published on The American Vision. The barbarians are at the gates. Actually, the barbarians are inside the gates and on the streets. They are tearing down statues left and right. As we celebrate our national birthday this week, the Fourth of July, it doesn’t feel like a celebration. Harvard professor…

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The Catastrophe of Fatherless America

The following article, The Catastrophe of Fatherless America, was first published on The American Vision. Much of the mayhem we see today is linked to fatherlessness. Around this time we celebrate Father’s Day. But fathers in our culture have not recently appeared very important—at least according to Hollywood and other culture-shapers. We used to have programs like “Father Knows Best”…

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