What happens to a culture when Christianity becomes the villain of history?
A tale of two Trudeaus
In the Cultural Marxist account of history that has been growing in popularity and influence since the 1960s, Christianity is the villain.
This is actually a new phenomenon, and because it is an anti-establishment narrative that has arisen from within the academic establishment, people have yet to come to terms with it. It is a product of the Sexual Revolution and the moral transvaluation of all value.
But it is far more importantly an attempt to redefine reality for everyone at its most basic level, the level of human personhood. It redefines everyone’s humanity into an arbitrary status that the state alone defines.
Inscription on Cultural Marxist sociologist Herbert Marcuse’s tombstone: “Weitermachen” [Keep on going]
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