Category Archives: Death of Western Culture

What has Happened to Conservatism in the South?

I am sick, disgusted, and angry. Last night was a *long* night for the critically important Special Election for Congress in Georgia’s sixth congressional district to fill Congressman Tom Price’s vacated seat.  The final numbers are now in and boy … Continue reading

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Terrorism Spills Blood on the Streets of Germany

Terrorism Spills Blood on the Streets of Germany In the recent days, Germany has suffered four bloody attacks by men of Middle Eastern origins. The violence has shaken Germany and all of Europe, with many blaming refugee policies that allow … Continue reading

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Why the Definition of Marriage Matters, by Dr. Jim Eckman

Why the Definition of Marriage Matters Apr 4th, 2015 | By Dr. Jim Eckman | Category: Culture & Wordview, Featured Issues On 17 March 2015, the Presbyterian Church (USA) [PCUSA] voted to change the definition of marriage within the PCUSA … Continue reading

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Daniel Patrick Moynihan: A Prophet about the Family by Dr Jim Eckman

Daniel Patrick Moynihan: A Prophet about the Family Mar 28th, 2015 | By Dr. Jim Eckman | Category: Culture & Wordview, Featured Issues Fifty years ago (1965), Daniel Patrick Moynihan, a sociologist, Assistant Secretary of Labor, and later one of … Continue reading

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America: The Secular, Postmodern, Post-Christian Triumph, by Dr. Jim Eckman

  Genuine, biblical Christianity is colliding with an increasingly militant secularism in western civilization. In fact, western secularism is uncomfortable with religious convictions of any kind. Christianity has always been an integral part of western civilization—but no longer. Hence, secularists … Continue reading

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Fifty Shades of Grey: Legitimizing Perversion by Jim Eckman

Fifty Shades of Grey: Legitimizing Perversion Feb 28th, 2015 | By Dr. Jim Eckman | Category: Culture & Wordview In 2011, British author E.L. James self-published Fifty Shades of Grey.  Vintage Books acquired the publishing rights of the book and … Continue reading

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Arthur Brooks: Europe’s core problems are demographic, not economic

Arthur Brooks: Europe’s core problems are demographic, not economic AEI President Arthur C. Brooks writes about Europe’s most pressing problem in the far-left New York Times, of all places. He writes: According to the United States Census Bureau’s International Database, nearly … Continue reading

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