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The Radicalized University

The Radicalized University by Gary DeMar A silent campus does not mean a less radicalized campus. The radicalization takes place in the classroom and the dorms. In the 1960s, campus turmoil was taken to the streets. Today, the radicalization process is … Continue reading

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Atonement and Freedom

Guilt, Atonement and Freedom By Rev. R.J. Rushdoony  Shakespeare’s Hamlet, in his famous soliloquy, says at one point, “Conscience does make cowards of us all.” In this sentence, Shakespeare summed up an ancient awareness of the corrosive effects of a bad conscience. … Continue reading

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Freud, Jung, Rogers, and the Secret Church

Fate and the Hidden Church of the Sacramental Mystery By E. Michael Jones  Rationalized Immunity In August of 1909, Sigmund Freud embarked upon a fateful journey. He along with his psychoanalytic heir apparent, Carl Gustav Jung, had been invited by … Continue reading

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