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What is Ideology?

There is much debate over the nature of ideology. I am not talking about any particular ideology (I can get to that at another time) I am talking about ideology in general. 528 more words

All Rights Are Positive Rights

If you’re not familiar with rights theory, two classifications of rights are said to exist, positive and negative. Negative claim rights came first, and they are called negative claim rights because they are considered to exist in absentia of other people. 795 more words


The Freedom that Bears Abundant Fruit

Brothers and sisters in Christ, God wants to do amazing things in your life! He tells clearly in the Scriptures today: “some seed fell on rich soil, and produced fruit, a hundred or sixty or thirtyfold. 1,785 more words


Bordiga on Sorel

It is as­ser­ted that in or­der to elim­in­ate so­cial in­justice, all that is re­quired is to re­late every com­mod­ity’s ex­change value to the value of the labor con­tained with­in it. 1,383 more words

Where Do You Go When You Leave Progressive Presbyterianism?

Certainly not to the OPC.

The PCUSA last year lost the equivalent of three OPC’s:

Updated statistics made available today by the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Office of the General Assembly (OGA) show a denomination continuing a steep, uninterrupted decline in 2016.

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New World Presbyterianism

VIDEO -- UnSpun 068 - Clint Richardson & Jacob Duellman: “Red Pill Sunday School"

via Gnostic Media
by Jan Irvin

May 16, 2017

Live at 5pm tonight on UnSpun #68, Clint Richardson joins us to discuss his new book, and Jacob Duellman returns to add to this fascinating discussion. 38 more words


What's all the Fuss About?: The de facto chaos of a society under Law

The political violence (mostly on the left) you see on the news every night is merely a perfunctory iteration of the Hegelian dialectic…used necessarily by collectivists of all stripes throughout the world over the years: create chaos–manage the chaos towards the desired outcome. 418 more words