Whether the Southern Baptist Convention decided, on paper, to condemn the “alt right” or not, the black community has packed its bags and moved on from an inhospitable, unwelcoming American Christianity. Anyone who really has their feet or at least their ear to the streets clearly understands that the climate has changed dramatically over the […]
The following contribution is from Frederick Nymeyer, founder the journal Progressive Calvinism, which quickly was absorbed by Libertarian Press in the late 1950s. This article in particular is from Progressive Calvinism, Vol. 2, No. 3, 1956, pp. 91–95). This was back when contemporary Reformed men, including the Dutch Reformed world, had something of substance to say to the world. […]
The Kaepernick kerfuffle has reignited the chorus of demands that true patriots are measured by saluting a flag and singing an anthem. I couldn’t care much less about Kaepernick or his version of events, nor will I rehash what I’ve written here or here, except to emphasize one part of it: the true measure of […]
The Injustice We have lived for so long in a society that calls being locked in a cage for a period of time “justice” that it would be rocket science for many to think of any another form of punishment. Sadly, many will protest—“No justice, No peace”—when a crime is committed, yet the same people […]
With the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, conservatives everywhere are praising his legacy as a believer and a stalwart conservative justice, perhaps unparalleled in our time. Less publicized, however, are those times that his dedication to strict constitutional principle led him to side with libertarian ideas against the conservatives on the court. This […]
A sermon by Joel McDurmon, in which we discuss corruption in criminal justice and the police.