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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


Former Libertarian St. Louis Mayoral Candidate Needs Help!

Robb Cunningham, a Libertarian who ran for mayor of St. Louis, MO this past year acquiring a little under 1 percent of the vote, is in dire need of help affording surgery for his dog. 160 more words


The Fallacy of Codifying Ethics, Which Elevates Them to Morality; and the Related History of Man

I submit that Morality cannot be codified; it is ontologically endemic; it’s a function of the Self qua the Self. Morality cannot be put into a list and then applied to humanity collectively. 773 more words