Trueman On Education And Gulags

I am over fifty. I no longer care what anyone except my wife thinks about me. That particularly applies to anyone under the age of thirty-five. You should therefore feel free to disagree with me on anything I say because it is virtually impossible to offend me. But I must also add that, old and closed-minded as I am, I have no vested interest in holding an incorrect opinion on anything. Therefore, if you think I am wrong on some issue, be it historical, philosophical, or ethical, then you are under a moral obligation to persuade me to change my mind. But when you do so, please give me an argument, not some emotional plea based on your feelings. After all, if you simply feel I am wrong and I simply feel I am right, we’ll quickly find ourselves at an impasse. Read more»

Carl R. Trueman, “The New Gulags” (27 September 2018)

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One comment

  1. We’ve known this problem for years. I read the article thinking Carl would have some novel solution. If he does then he didn’t divulge it. If someone has the solution to the PC cultural decay in our culture short of the return of the Lord, I’d like to hear it.

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