Postmodernism Come and Gone

In a recent conversation with a friend in ministry, I made a comment that I believed postmodernism as we know has come and gone.  In the strict sense, anything that is post-xxxxx-ism reacts to a preceding ideology but is often (if not always) a transitional phase.  Likewise, postmodernism reacts to the dominance of modernity, and Read More …

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How the Online Left Fuels the Right

(The following article is written by Michelle Goldberg, a NYT columnist.  I find her self-critique on pre-conceptual assumptions from her West Bank experience and her reference to Patrick Little are intriguing.)   I think I know what it feels like to be “red-pilled,” the alt-right’s preferred metaphor for losing one’s faith in received assumptions and Read More …

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The Siege Mentality

Written by David Brooks New York Time Nov 13, 2017 Why are so many conservative evangelicals in Alabama still supporting Roy Moore? For that matter, why have so many evangelicals around the country spent the past two years embracing Donald Trump? I just took part in a compelling conversation on this subject at the Faith Angle Read More …

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A Tale As Old As Time: Reflection After Seeing Beauty and the Beast

I fell in love with the story when I first watched the Disney animation in the 90s.  It brought tears to a thirty year-old man then and now the musical brings the same sentiment to an old geek pushing 60.  To me, Beauty and the Beast is much more than another romantic Prince Charming fairy Read More …

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