After my response on slavery and the two kingdoms to Michael Horton the other day, a kinist commenter took the liberty to blast my “commie propaganda from the latest fifth column Bolshevic” with a barrage of overly-defensive hate. Once he was—as is our policy—sent bouncing for his belligerence, he tagged me in a list of […]
We began yesterday addressing the issue of the denials of kidnapping at the root of the African slave trade, and thus of American slavery. Shockingly, there are some today even who deny, or at least downplay, the reality. While this article is a bit longer than normal, I urge you to take the time to […]
In fulfillment of a personal promise to respond to one commenter, the following addresses the issue of manstealing of Africans at the root of American slavery. While most people understand this point already, it may surprise you to find out that some (perhaps more than we realize) actually try to defend old southern slavery as […]
This is my second lecture given at this year’s Providential History Festival in Omaha. Much of this information will also feature in a book on American slavery and racism coming out next year.
In continuing studies on Southern slavery and racism, a nugget jumped out last night that one would hope would put a nail in the coffin of these modern, radical two kingdoms proponents. The employment, as so often is the case, of that doctrine to silence the pulpit on social sin is so obvious in this […]