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Four Things I Love about Black Culture (Including: How African-American Worship Makes God Deeply Happy)

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In light of the near approach of the Martin Luther King national holiday, I thought I’d spend some time reflecting upon some of the many things I like about African-American culture. I’ll limit myself to four comments, saving the best reflection for last. My first three reflections were stimulated by … Read More »

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Briefly Noted: James Pierson on the State of American Higher Education

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Who knew? Noteworthy conservative critics such as William F. Buckley, Jr., Russell Kirk, Allan Bloom, and Roger Kimball no longer stand alone in their critique of American higher education (for dismantling core curricula that stand at the headstream of Western tradition, desperately seeking to be politically correct, emphasizing the trendy … Read More »

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