Friday Jul 02, 2021

The Cross & The Culture | The Cult Of Critical Race Theory

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The Cross & The Culture | The Cult Of Critical Race Theory

In March 1883, Karl Marx passed from this life into eternity. A basic understanding of his thoughts regarding the God of heaven and earth would lead one to believe he lifted up his eyes in hell, being in torment. Reportedly nine people attended his funeral; Marx was by no means the beloved philosopher he appears to be today. The nine that stood among his graveside, assuming there were no hopes of collecting money most assuredly owed them, may have thought his wretched philosophy would die with him. Unfortunately, the more than one hundred million dead souls, whose blood scattered throughout the twentieth century, as well as the sudden resurgence of Marxist ideas in the twenty-first century, proved such a thought to be incorrect. 

Fortunately, men like Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and George Orwell endured to the end of even their own presuppositions. They lived to tell of the torture, control, and death caused by the implementation of Marxist philosophy. But we have come so far since that time, right? Morality has evolved, right? Solzhenitsyn made it shameful in his day to declare oneself a Marxist, and yet, here we are again. 

 

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Just recently found your podcast (through Preaching of the Cross) and wanted to let you know I think it is excellent! Praise God

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