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Thought Contagions and the Ultimate Meme

The Ultimate Meme  The word “meme” (pronounced meem) denotes a concept that contemporary Christians need to fully grasp. Just as the word blog is short for weblog, so meme is short for mimeme, reflecting something that undergoes imitation (mimesis). The term was coined by evolutionary biologist Richard … Continue reading

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The Myth of Neutrality

Neutralism By Rev. R.J. Rushdoony  One of the persistent errors of the modern era, clearly apparent in Descartes and enthroned by the Enlightenment, is the concept of neutralism. Not without deep roots in Greek and scholastic thought, neutralism came into … Continue reading

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The Gospel and Change

Rhetoric, Ethics, and the Missionary’s Job By Bojidar Marinov “So, what does a missionary do?” I was ready for the question, and I had an answer.             I was in Moscow, Russia, invited for the annual Adam Smith Forum of … Continue reading

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Housing Justice?

“Justice” Comes to Islington A London borough makes townhouses available to the poor. by Theodore Dalrymple An interesting experiment is about to be conducted in London. A public-housing authority has constructed exact replicas of elegant early-Victorian townhouses on one side … Continue reading

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