This is not a Culture War

Culture is many things. On the micro level, it is made up of a plethora of artistic, spiritual, linguistic, and technological parts; both vicious and virtuous. One thing culture is not, though, is passive. Culture is entirely active, requiring participation by those inhabiting the civilization in which the culture is nested. There is no passiveContinue reading “This is not a Culture War”

Intersection vs. Hierarchy

In this new world, the world of fractured and disparate identities, hierarchy has been turned to ashes, fallen to the ground and blown into the wind. Where a man’s identity used to be neatly ordered, descending from Christian, down to father and husband, to individual, now a man’s identity is unknown even to himself, oftenContinue reading “Intersection vs. Hierarchy”

“This country is going nowhere…”

In Kiev, one must be careful when considering whether or not to date the local women. This is not an opinion I have been able to verify on my own, but one that was shared with me. A Japanese journalist working for the Kiev Post shared with me one night, a warning.  “There are manyContinue reading ““This country is going nowhere…””

Why America is Doomed.

America is doomed. We have all been skeptical of this fact for quite sometime; the truth of this matter has become quite clear in the past couple of years. The BLM riots, anti-white hatred becoming socially acceptable, and the attempts to cover up the truth of the coronavirus have all helped expose the weakness andContinue reading “Why America is Doomed.”

The New Colosseum

Recall the image of Kyle Rittenhouse on the streets of the small town of Kenosha, Wisconsin. He had been attacked by a communist pedophile, and defended his life with lethal force. The onslaught continued from there, and two more people payed in blood. But this essay is not about the rights and wrongs about whatContinue reading “The New Colosseum”

Can you be a Capitalist and a Christian?

A materialist may well believe that the lone function of a heart is to pump precious blood through the circulatory system, but no Christian alive believes this! Jesus’ heart is the sacred heart, the same type of heart with which his father so loved the world enough to give his only begotten son! The heartContinue reading “Can you be a Capitalist and a Christian?”

Liberty is not an Ultimate Good

What happens when a government works to liberate dangerous and violent criminals from prison in the name of their own virtue? Is liberty in this situation desirable? What about for non-violent pedophiles? Is liberty absolutely good under these circumstances? Of course it isn’t. This just goes to show that liberty is not an Ultimate GoodContinue reading “Liberty is not an Ultimate Good”

Atheism in 2020 is Derivative of Christianity

There has not been a single well known atheist(Dawkins, Harris, Dillahunty) that has come out and acknowledged that, perhaps, just maybe, we have gone down the wrong civilizational path. No, they have not admitted that abandoning God may have led to a vacuum of which there is no better replacement. They have not theorized thatContinue reading “Atheism in 2020 is Derivative of Christianity”

Dionysus & Christ: The Render of Men vs. Salvific Crucifixion

There are many similarities between Jesus Christ and the Ancient Greek God, Dionysus. These striking similarities in their essences, as well as the stark differences in the way they lived, readied the world for the coming of God made flesh. Without the ideas, conceptions, and truths born through Dionysus, it is conceivable that the worldContinue reading “Dionysus & Christ: The Render of Men vs. Salvific Crucifixion”

Friedrich Nietzsche & Sam Harris Moving Beyond Christ: Conceptions of the Moral Landscape

In late 2010, Sam Harris, famed atheist public thinker, published what may be considered his magnum opus. “The Moral Landscape”, a then New York Times bestseller, attempts to argue that science can be used to observe human values. In it, Harris lays out what he believes to be a landscape of peaks and valleys uponContinue reading “Friedrich Nietzsche & Sam Harris Moving Beyond Christ: Conceptions of the Moral Landscape”