All Posts by Jacob Brunton

Classical Liberalism vs Christian Nationalism in the “Negative World”

For those who haven’t noticed, “Christian Nationalism” is the latest fad among conservative Christians. In theory, it sounds innocuous and completely compatible with traditional American political principles. But many of its most vocal proponents actually pit it against the American ideals enshrined in the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. They scorn American concepts like […]

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The Postmodernism of Traditionalism

The world is drowning in postmodernism, and the tragic consensus among many conservatives is that traditionalism is a stalwart alternative against the postmodern dangers. I say it’s tragic because traditionalism, as I will argue below, is just a lazy and nostalgia-inspired version of postmodernism. No, not the hip cultural postmodernism of the late 20th century, […]

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It’s Time to Start Naming & Dividing From Woke Pastors

Cities are being burned to the ground. Innocent people are being beaten to within an inch of their lives. Officers are being murdered and maimed while attempting to keep the peace. America is suffering from the most widespread race riots in the history of the country—if not the world. We’ve reached a critical point of […]

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The Fight Against Presuppositionalism: Why Does It Matter?

In the recent weeks, we’ve really amped up our opposition to presuppositional epistemology in the Church. We’ve even begun to see others (like Josh Sommer) begin to join the fight with helpful articles and videos. One of the questions we’re often asked is, “Why does this matter?” This is our attempt to give an answer.

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The Immovable Mover — An Argument for the Egoist God

This is the working first chapter of a book I intend to publish one day entitled, “The Galt-Like God.” This chapter is my somewhat polemical argument for the existence of God presented to and for the admirer of Ayn Rand’s philosophy. However, one need not be familiar with Rand’s work in order to understand and […]

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