Reading Time: 5 minutes The Christian homeschool movement is part of a broader dominionist plan to conquer democracy in the name of Christian fundamentalism.
Reading Time: 8 minutes In this installment, we find more characters who aren’t nearly as smart as their creator believes along with way more dumb demons. Today, Lord Snow Presides over demons who can’t find their butts with both hands, and the Christians who need them to be that way.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Andrew Seidel from the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) talks about his new book ‘The Founding Myth: Why Christian Nationalism Is Un-American’ on this week’s Naked Diner Podcast.
Reading Time: 10 minutes Part 5 of 5 of our continuing republication of Dominionist Theology: A Guide to Theocracy for Secularists originally published on the Left Hemispheres blog in 2011 by Steve Barry
Reading Time: 4 minutes It’s been a while since I published part 3 of this series and I’m sorry that it’s been so long. However, as we’re now starting to see the implications of strategies of christian nationalists it seems like a good time to get back to talking about it. In recent weeks (just weeks!) we’ve seen rulings of Christian privilege assert itself in cases of capital punishment, LGBT+ rights, and more than once in regard to reproductive rights. So I’m going to publish part 4 and 5 of this series this week. If this subject is important to you please go back and read the whole dominionism tagged series here on For Infernal Use Only.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Arizona’s ‘In God We Trust’ license plate has raised $827,000 for the ADF since fiscal year 2014. That seems like a lot of money until you find out that in that same timeframe the group has brought in more than $250 million total.
Reading Time: 12 minutes Part 3 of 5 of our continuing republication of Dominionist Theology: A Guide to Theocracy for Secularists originally published on the Left Hemispheres blog in 2011 by Steve Barry, along with additional new commentary.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Evangelicals’ answer to this trilemma is painfully easy to discern. I’ll show you what these options are, what they tend to go with, and what it means for us.
Reading Time: 12 minutes For three decades Reconstructionism was easily the most influential Dominionist brand of Christianity active in the U.S. It is directly responsible for the religious homeschool movement which other Christian groups have picked up on. The rise of the Christian Right as we know it today in the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s is directly attributable to Reconstructionist theological and political influence.
Reading Time: 13 minutes For Infernal Use Only revisits Steve Barry’s 2011 Dominionism Series from the Left Hemispheres blog as a commentary on current religious influences in politics, with added contemporary commentary.