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Rainbowism and Dispensationalism

June 13, 2015 // 41 Comments

Food for thought: Rainbowism and Dispensationalism are two peas in a pod. Just as Rainbowism is completely alien to the historical Confederacy and the Jim Crow-era SCV and [...]

Cyrus Scofield and Dispensationalism

June 13, 2015 // 35 Comments

Here’s an excerpt from The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture: Religion which explains how Dispensationalism was created in the North and was exported to the South [...]

Americanism vs. Christianity

June 10, 2015 // 13 Comments

H/T Rod Dreher Writing in The Economist, Will Wilkerson is correct to place “The Caitlyn Jenner Moment” as a stepping stone in the conquest of Christianity by [...]

Southern Religion

June 10, 2015 // 56 Comments

In my speech at the Florida League of the South State Conference, I highlighted this map from The New York Times of “where Christian conservatives live by [...]

The Medieval Wife: Part One

April 6, 2015 // 5 Comments

Griselda, the Medieval ideal of the patient and obedient wife Here are my notes on marriage in the Middle Ages from Marilyn Yalom’s book  A History of the Wife: In the [...]

Christianity and Race

October 22, 2014 // 22 Comments

Nathaniel Strickland of Faith and Heritage was with us in Memphis last weekend and delivered this [...]

Where Do Christian Conservatives Live?

July 3, 2014 // 3 Comments

Answer: The South Note: You have probably seen several versions of this map over the years here which illustrate how Dixie is a culturally distinct nation within the United [...]

Abolition and Racial Equality

December 20, 2013 // 10 Comments

New England Here’s an excerpt below from Paul Goodman’s Of One Blood: Abolitionism and the Origins of Racial Equality. I’m really enjoying this book. There [...]

LDS Church Unequivocally Condemns Racism

December 10, 2013 // 17 Comments

Utah I have no interest in this subject, but there are Mormons who read this website, so this is worth sharing: Note: The actual statement can be read here. “The new [...]

New Pope is a Traitor

November 30, 2013 // 64 Comments

Some more bad news. The new Catholic Pope is a traitor. His recent papal position papers embracing liberation theology is as bad as anything the Sandinistas or Rev. Jeremiah [...]

Rivers of Blood: The Maine Connection

September 24, 2013 // 47 Comments

Somali women and their children walk through downtown Lewiston, Maine. Maine While the League of the South is focused on Southern Demographic Displacement in Middle [...]

Rivers of Blood: Kenya Mall Attack

September 23, 2013 // 12 Comments

The Somali-Minneapolis axis of terrorism continues to bear its multicultural fruit Kenya In Kenya, a group of Muslims affiliated with the Somalian terrorist group al-Shabaab [...]

Dr. Michael Hill on The Political Cesspool

September 15, 2013 // 22 Comments

Dr. Michael Hill appears on The Political Cesspool. Tennessee H/T SNN Dr. Michael Hill, the president of the League of the South, appeared on The Political Cesspool last [...]
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