Tag: Herbert Marcuse

What happens to a culture when Christianity becomes the villain of history?
Arts & Culture
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What happens to a culture when Christianity becomes the villain of history?

admin - Jul 26, 2017

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…

First Church of Intersectionality
Religion
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Religion
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First Church of Intersectionality

admin - Jul 12, 2017

"In 1968, the political philosopher Eric Voegelin published a little book called Science, Politics and Gnosticism. In a section of that book entitled “Ersatz Religion,” he argued…

Liberalism: Believers Need Not Apply
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Liberalism: Believers Need Not Apply

admin - Jun 17, 2017

Liberalism is a political philosophy based on the writing of John Locke, promoting a sense of tolerance and freedom for the individual. Since Herbert Marcuse's work on…

Scott Masson – Shutting our Minds to the Truth
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Scott Masson – Shutting our Minds to the Truth

admin - Jun 17, 2017

With the passage of Bill C-16, an alarming confusion of ideas presents itself: that we can 'choose' our own human nature; that it can be conspicuously at…

Gender Identity: Marxist Plan to Destroy the Family
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Gender Identity: Marxist Plan to Destroy the Family

admin - May 31, 2017

There are moves afoot around the world advancing transgender legislation.  This is not an issue of minority rights as it presents itself, but an attempt to remove…

Scott Masson – Repressive Tolerance and Cultural Marxism
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Scott Masson – Repressive Tolerance and Cultural Marxism

admin - May 30, 2017

In the popular Cultural Marxist account of our day, Christianity is the villain of history. It is not, as Edward Gibbon once wrote, because it brought the…