Clarence Thomas: The Wrong Kind of Black Man

In reflecting on the recent United States Supreme Court decision on the constitutionality[1] of affirmative action in Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. President and Fellows of Harvard College[2] and, more specifically, the subsequent, though not surprising, incendiary treatment by liberals, particularly black liberals, of Justice Clarence Thomas, I’m reminded that Thomas, despite having overcome …

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Theistic Amorism

Describe God in only one word. That’s right—one. Do you find that task intimidating? If so, consider yourself normal. Such a majestic entreaty should be at least somewhat disquieting to you. A sense of wonderment is always an appropriate response when contemplating thoughts of God (Exodus 33:20; Judges 13:18). Rightly did Charles Spurgeon opine, “It …

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Equity or Equality?

  If a king judges the poor with truth, his throne will be established forever. — Proverbs 29:14 The Old Testament provides an excellent, though rather disturbing, example of the distinction between equity and equality.  It is found in 1 Kings 3:16-28, which records the account of two mothers, both of whom are prostitutes (v. …

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