Within weeks (plus or minus I can’t remember) of Obama’s inauguration American Vision received a brand-new book entitled Change for America: A Progressive Blueprint for the 44th President. We receive review copies of books all the time, but they usually come from Christian or conservative publishers, and this one sure did not. The behemoth 700-page […]
The other day a Facebook friend posted a link to this video criticizing carbon cap-and-tax. I watched. Not long into the video I realized that while the criticism of the current cap-and-tax bill was good, the proposal to replace the current bill was no better. I soon realized I was dealing with the liberals’ liberals—the […]
A reader posted a link to my article “Is Socialism Biblical?” on his Facebook page. It provoked common knee-jerk reactions. Here is a very common reaction to American Vision’s work on applying the Bible to all of life, and my articles on Biblical economics in particular: This shouldn’t be causing division. It also shouldn’t be […]
Oh my! Doug Wilson has really stepped in it this time! Well, perhaps that’s not quite the right metaphor: he didn’t actually step in it, he said it. That’s right. Near the end of the brand new, action-packed, mind-bending, worldview-challenging debate-documentary-film-experience Collision, before a tavern-room full of skeptics and atheists, Wilson encapsules the atheistic worldview with a particular two-word sentence distinguished greatly by its down-to-earthness.
The quest to present Jesus Christ as anything other than what the apostolic tradition has always known Him to be began in the early Church era and has resurfaced many times throughout history. Every generation has had its eloquent unbelievers who lash out at Christ, and ours is no different. It should not surprise us, then, to see a rash of such books break out upon the face of popular religion in our time.