Archive for March, 2013

Jesus Was a Pluralistic Liberal?

Consider that within the Mosaic Law, there exists 613 individual laws. While some of those laws were specific to the Levitical Priesthood, there were still hundreds of laws and regulations that the average Jewish person was expected to fulfill. Obviously, if Jesus is saying that He came to fulfill the Law, not abolish it, then He is also obviously conforming to strict and even orthodox views of religion, isn’t He?

Continue Reading March 29, 2013 at 2:08 PM Leave a comment

Politically Correct Pecking Order

To hear some tell it, a girl who drinks too much and passes out is “asking for it.” I’m referring to the rape case that occurred in the town of Steubenville, OH, in which two star athletes were put on trial and found guilty of rape. As expected, there are mixed reactions to the story.

Continue Reading March 28, 2013 at 8:37 AM 2 comments

How Political Correctness Pits Race Against Race

We have spent much time going over aspects of political correctness, critical race theory, Cultural Marxism, determining the “victim” and the “aggressor” in numerous situations. I have tried to show that political correctness actually attempts to destroy God’s truth by setting it aside, replacing it with the relativism of emotional virtue.

Continue Reading March 26, 2013 at 10:17 AM Leave a comment

Determining the Victim and the Aggressor

A person is determined to be a victim if he/she is up against someone or something that appears to be stronger. Strength represents aggression, regardless of whether or not it is that. It is seen as lording it over others and creating victims because of it. All “good” people then, must fight against the aggressor. Those who defend “aggressors” become just as vilified.

Continue Reading March 25, 2013 at 8:15 AM 5 comments

Daniel 9 and the 70 Weeks, Pt. 1

All of Daniel makes for interesting reading, but in some says, the 9th chapter of Daniel stands alone because Daniel 9 is essentially the only place in all of Scripture where the topic of the 70 weeks are introduced and discussed. As one can imagine, because the contents of Daniel 9 deals with Eschatology (the study of end times/last days), there are many books and articles that have been written on the subject, from a variety of viewpoints. Much of it evolves around the question of whether or not a “gap” of time actually exists between the 69th and 70th weeks.

Continue Reading March 24, 2013 at 12:01 PM Leave a comment

Does the End Justify the Means?

I’ve been spending a good amount of time dealing with the subject of political correctness as can be seen by the number of articles I’ve written on the subject recently. It is a fascinating subject if for no other reason than the fact that an entire society of people can fall prey to the warped, restrictive, racist, guilt-creating, ad hominem-based, and overwhelmingly antithetical ideology of political correctness.

Continue Reading March 23, 2013 at 11:57 AM Leave a comment

How Political Correctness Breeds Contempt

Throughout parts of Europe (including the UK and even into India), marauding groups of Muslims seem to have taken to the streets for the sole purpose of raping women. Of course, they feel they have a right to do this since the women are “uncovered” and are therefore, no better than “whores,” “sluts,” and “prostitutes.” As such, they get what they deserve, according to Islam’s Sharia law.

Continue Reading March 23, 2013 at 9:33 AM Leave a comment

Political Correctness and Its Judgmentalism

This is what it comes down to for the politically correct. In essence, only their opinion is valid and should be allowed to air. Opposing opinions should not be aired. Society has come to the point where the politically correct appear to hold more sway than those who are considered to be outside the arena of the politically correct camp. In essence, they are holding the rest of us hostage and that should not be.

Continue Reading March 23, 2013 at 8:38 AM Leave a comment

Fort Hood Terrorism and Political Correctness

In 2009, Islamic terrorist Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, an Army psychiatrist, with malice aforethought, gunned down 13 military personnel and attempted to murder 32 others at Fort Hood, TX. While he was in the process of shooting indiscriminately at the military personnel gathered in the cafeteria, he was heard yelling “Allahu Akbar!” which means “Allah is Great!”

Continue Reading March 22, 2013 at 8:18 AM 2 comments

Can Sound Political Theology Produce Civility?

In truth, the type of sound political theology referenced by Bauman is fast becoming outmoded, pushed to the side by the politically correct militants of the day. The desire of many today is to replace, redefine, and renege. But the premise of many within the groups that purpose to accomplish this, is flawed at best. That premise starts with something that has little to do with God’s absolute truth, replacing it with a thorny relativism that impinges and contorts reality into something that is not discernible, yet claims to be the true meaning of God’s truth. What could possibly be better than God’s absolutes for a people or a nation; for the world, for that matter?

Continue Reading March 21, 2013 at 8:03 AM Leave a comment

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