Social Justice and Slander, Critical Theory and Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy theories were once routinely dismissed by reasonable people—until professors and politicians gave conspiracy theories a new name: social justice. In an article about white privilege last year, I said, “[the] government is not secretly plotting my demise. I do not believe Justin Trudeau—and Donald Trump for Black Americans—is clever enough to pull that off,…

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It’s Legal To Kill Babies

It’s illegal to murder all women and men. It’s illegal to murder all Black people and all ethnic groups. It’s illegal to murder all immigrants and all citizens. It’s illegal to murder all poor people and rich people. It’s illegal to strip human rights from every group of people from everywhere in Canada and America—unless…

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Is Justin Trudeau A White Supremacist?

Black Lives Matter Toronto called Justin Trudeau a “White supremacist terrorist” two years ago. The social justice group made the accusation against Trudeau because his immigration policies are more restrictive than they hoped for. At the time, Black Lives Matter Toronto had a favourable reputation in the media, but their accusation against Justin Trudeau received…

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The History and Heresy of Black Liberation Theology

Most evangelicals are unfamiliar with the origins and foundational beliefs of Black Liberation Theology. That is perhaps why many evangelicals today are becoming sympathetic to its heretical doctrines. Black Liberation Theology’s influence on the social justice movement within the Church has been noticeable to many who spend considerable time studying Black Liberation Theology, Black Church…

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Why I Do Not Support Black Lives Matter

In an article for The Feminist Wire, Alicia Garcia, one of the co-founders of Black Lives Matter, wrote: “Black Lives Matter is an ideological and political intervention in a world where Black lives are systematically and intentionally targeted for demise.” Alicia Garcia’s description of the Black Lives Matter movement is crucial. When I write that…

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