Monthly Archives: March 2019

Between Babel & Pentecost: A Christian Analysis of Multiculturalism – Part 4

Here’s the latest installment in my series on multiculturalism.   This time, we’re getting political–with the twin ideologies of multiculturalism and globalism up for a critical examination.  

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Hate the Sin, Flatter the Sinner?

Christ promised his Church that the world would hate us on his account. That hatred seldom becomes clearer than when obvious sin goes mainstream. And by obvious sin, I mean sin that is clearly condemned in the Bible–so clearly that … Continue reading

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Part 3 of Between Babel & Pentecost: A Christian Analysis of Multiculturalism

Here’s the latest entry in the current series at Lutheran in a Strange Land, in which we look at the multicultural aspect of Christianity that we find inaugurated on the Day of Pentecost.  

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Do Single Christian Men Owe Marriage to Single Christian Moms?

It always amazes me just how much of modern churches’ contempt for men could be resolved simply by having good theology. One of Dalrock’s latest blog posts is a critique of an old entry by Sam Parkison that essentially shames Christian men … Continue reading

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Part 2 of Between Babel & Pentecost: A Christian Analysis of Multiculturalism

The 2nd installment of the series is up. There’s no shortage of conflict between Christianity and Enlightenment philosophy, but the Bible story that drives a stake through modernism’s heart is the Tower of Babel.  

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Between Babel & Pentecost: A Christian Analysis of Multiculturalism

I’m kicking off a new series of videos at Lutheran in a Strange Land, exploring the political philosophies of multiculturalism and globalism through the lenses of the Tower of Babel, Pentecost, and Luther’s theology of the Two Kingdoms. There’s no … Continue reading

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