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June 7, 2024 By CBMW
Editor’s Note: The following article appears in the Spring 2024 issue of Eikon. The history of feminism began where it is most likely to end: with a man. In 1837, French philosopher and ill-reputed utopian socialist Charles Fourier coined the term “feminist” to describe his belief in the equality of men and women.[1] This may...
June 6, 2024 By CBMW
Editor’s Note: The following article appears in the Spring 2024 issue of Eikon. 1. Introduction With cultural conversations increasingly centered on the radical proposals of critical race theory and queer theory, discussions of gender and feminism seem almost obsolete. However, a deeper analysis reveals that contemporary feminism is a critical social theory which shares the...
October 29, 2020 By CBMW
Editor’s Note: The following article is excerpted from the October 29, 2020 episode of The Briefing, a daily worldview podcast hosted by Dr. Albert Mohler. Republished with permission. Even as almost all the mainstream media and most of the cultural conversation is attuned to the 2020 presidential election — and frankly, little else — today...
August 24, 2020 By CBMW
One of the most harmful and perverse aspects of contemporary American culture is the sexualization of our children, especially our young girls. While not new, this trend seems to be snowballing through various age-targeted marketing campaigns which advertise suggestive clothing, wanton pop idols, and bawdy TV shows and movies that are improper for any age,...
December 28, 2015 By Grant Castleberry
I usually do not give much notice to commercials (fast forwarding whenever possible), but recently an advertisement for the perfume, Miss Dior, did exactly what the producer intended – it caught my full attention. In the film, Natalie Portman stars as a runaway bride. The wedding venue and dress exude absolute perfection. But the film...
October 26, 2015 By CBMW
Rosaria Butterfield joins Scott Corbin on Danvers Audio to discuss her new book, Openness Unhindered, as well as the importance of hospitality and the normal means of grace.