These were the five most popular articles and three most popular blog posts during the past month. This is based upon the number of unique visitors each page received.
1) A Reason Not to Celebrate Mandela Day
Gic lays out why Christians should not idolize Mandela or celebrate Mandela Day.
2) Anders Behring Breivik
I examine the Norwegian shooter’s neoconservative, Zionist ideology and what pushed him to commit the massacre.
3) Vindiciae Contra Tyrannos, Part 1
I begin a series on the biblical view of the civil magistrate using the sixteenth-century Huguenot treatise Vindiciae Contra Tyrannos.
4) A Long Train of Abuses and Usurpations
To commemorate this year’s Fourth of July, I compare the grievances in the Declaration of Independence with the current tyranny under which we live.
5) The Importance of Folklore in a Nation’s Culture
Gic discusses the importance of folklore and other traditions to national identity and health with a special view towards his own Afrikaners.
From the Blog:
1) A New Country
A celebration of Southern Sudanese independence and an example of the hypocrisy of Marxism on the national question.
2) The Casey Anthony Trial
On the circus and double standards of the Casey Anthony trial.
3) Church and Nation
A statement by the Orthodox church on the relationship between church and nation.
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