Category: Religion and Philosophy

Cornel West On God And The Great Thinkers

By Andrew Sullivan The Christian socialist is a powerful foe of tribalism. Cornel West’s academic career is long and storied, having taught religion, philosophy, and African-American studies at Yale, Princeton, Harvard, and Union Theological Seminary, where he recently returned. He has written or contributed to more than 20 […]

The System and Racism

This is interesting. If you take out the conservative Protestant aspect of this piece, it could be something a Maoist/Third Worldist would write. Proto-Protestantism Recently I was talking with my son and he told me about some experiences he had on a Christian chat forum that he visits […]

Pakistan’s profane blasphemy laws

Kunwar Khuldune Shahid of The Spectator on the religious tyranny in the IRP and its leader’s pathetic attempts to export it beyond his borders. ~MRDA~ _____________________ An eight-year-old Hindu boy is currently in custody in the southern Punjab. He is the youngest person in Pakistan to be charged with […]

Anarchism and Catholicism: An Introduction

By Chase Padusniak “Anarchy,” a scary word to many, doesn’t get much use in Catholic circles. It seems downright frightening, either theologically or personally-it seems to threaten longstanding traditions of justice, not to mention the personal comfort and status of the West’s largely comfortable and assimilated Catholic population. […]

An American Kingdom

The most immediately obvious problem with this article is that the religious right, even in its more moderate forms, is actually shrinking in size due to a wide range of factors, and that “non-religion” is the fastest-growing religious perspective. The Washington Post, the voice of the Bezos/CIA alliance, […]

The number of religious Americans has been declining for decades, but a new study suggests that trend is stalling

By Kelsey Vlamis, Insider The proportion of Americans who identify as religious has been steadily declining for decades. A new comprehensive study found that decline has stalled somewhat as mainline Protestants have increased their numbers. But White evangelicals, often considered a valuable political demographic, have continued to decline. […]

US boarding schools to be investigated

By Kalle Benallie, Indian Country Today The U.S. Department of Interior will formally investigate the impact of federal Indian boarding schools, Interior Secretary Deb Haaland announced before tribal leaders on Tuesday. The new “Federal Indian Boarding School Initiative” will result in a detailed report compiled by the Interior […]

The Neo-Protestant Sectarians

When you create a meme that inadvertently makes the point that “CRTs,” “SJWs,” and similar others are not so much “Marxists” as types of sectarian neo-Protestants. It’s also not surprising that black intellectuals like Derrick Bell, Kimberly Crenshaw, etc. would develop a theoretical framework like this given the […]