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Thoughts on Church and State

Confusion arises in public discourse because of the failure of Christians to understand the distinction between Church and state. The prevailing view throughout Christian history has been that the two should occupy distinct spheres. This view was maintained by leading … Continue reading

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My Experience at Auburn

It was Tuesday, the day Richard Spencer was to speak in Auburn, and I was waiting in line at the department store checkout clasping a white Polo. This was a key piece of the Safety Squad uniform. Like a modern … Continue reading

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Ethno-nationalism and the Christian Trinity: Follow Up Discussion

In my previous post one Christian commenter took a contrary position to the one I had taken in regards to ethno-nationalism. We had a discussion that further elucidates my views on the subject and also presents the opposing position taken … Continue reading

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Beta, Alpha, Apollo & Dionysus

“For he taught them as one having authority, and not as the scribes” Matt. 7:29 With the rise of the red-pill, men in the alt-right now conceptualize themselves in terms of the alpha and beta. We have the alpha, the … Continue reading

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