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More Sleight of Hand from the World Economic Forum

Another Fake Insurrection Not too long ago, intramural discontent with Klaus Schwab was made public by certain members of the World Economic Forum. Larry Elliot of The Guardian published an article titled — Mutiny erupts among WEF staff over role of ‘Mr Davos’ Founder and chair Klaus Schwab has run forum for 52 years but is now seen by some past and present staff as ‘a law unto himself’ To those of us who are aware of Klaus & Co.’s desire to depopulate most of humanity, and transform those of who remain into biotech-controlled slaves who exist simply to serve their needs, this headline sounds promise. That is, until you read the whole article. The article does not reveal that Klaus is the sole creator of the technocratic dystopia the World Economic Forum has been pushing on the world for decades. It does not reveal that this is the reason why he has been called “a law unto himself” by his cronies. It does not reveal that the WEF members think their general direction is immoral and

You Shall Not Be Afraid of Him: Rejecting Unbiblical Apocalypticism

Fauxpocalypse Now Early on in the COVID-19 faux-pandemic, I remember being shocked by the gullibility and fearfulness of many Christians I had previously admired. It wasn’t merely that these brothers and sisters were buying into the propaganda they were being fed by the media and social media outlets. What really shocked me was that these individuals seemingly forgot that God alone knows the end from the beginning. He alone, and those whom he has chosen to serve as his prophets, can tell us what will inevitably come to pass. What is more, God teaches us how we ought to evaluate the predictions of men. In Deuteronomy 18:20-22, God tells the children of Israel — …the prophet who presumes to speak a word in My name, which I have not commanded him to speak, or who speaks in the name of other gods, that prophet shall die.’ And if you say in your heart, ‘How shall we know the word which the Lord has not spoken?’— when a prophet speaks in the name of the Lord, if the thing does not happen or

Unintended Irony? Is Homosexual Desire a Sin?

During a recent interview with Jon Harris of Conversations that Matter , Dr. Jared Moore drew attention to the reality of moral compromise with sexual sin found among several prominent evangelicals. These individuals have been viewed as stalwart defenders of Christianity against the contemporary culture of death and rebellion we are seeing today, specifically in the realm of sexual ethics, yet they take a view of sexual desire that is no different than that of their supposed opponents. Men like Douglas Wilson, John Piper, and Kevin DeYoung have openly stated that they do not believe that same-sex attraction is a sin. [Read the rest of the article here:  Unintended Irony? ]

Examining Carl R. Trueman's Book "The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self"

by Hiram R. Diaz III If you are interested in understanding why The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self  is not a helpful book, check out my seven part series examining Carl R. Trueman's popular text. The articles are accessible to all who are interested. Here are the links - 1. The "Modern" or "Modernist" Self? 2. A False Equation 3. The Resurrection of the Modernist Self 4. A Common Enemy 5. The Communitarian Option 6. The Communitarian Option 7. Cancelling the Trueman Show -h. P.S. If you are not already a subscriber to Logia, please consider becoming one today. By joining you will be able to access all of the content there, engage in comments with myself and others, and much more. You can subscribe here:

Examining "The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self"

by Hiram R. Diaz III Over the past few weeks, I've been busy over at my Substack Logia . I've been delving into the thinking of Carl R. Trueman as it relates to his new book The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self: Cultural Amnesia, Expressive Individualism and the Road to Sexual Revolution . I initially wanted to do a simple review of the book, but after having read it I came to see that explaining why the book is not a good resource require me to lay down some necessary ground work. So far, I have only published two articles. The third is coming out on April 18. If you're interested, check out the articles below, and subscribe to Logia . The first article looks at Trueman's ambiguous use of the word modern. The second article gets into some reasons as to why Trueman's use of the word modern  is ambiguous. The third will look at Trueman's understanding of the self, examining its philosophical context. 1. The "Modern" or "Modernist" Self? 2.

An Introduction to Axiology:

by Hiram R. Diaz III If you're not a subscriber to my new blog Logia ,  you are missing out on a series that I think will be beneficial to you now and in the long run. The title of the series is "Intro to Biblical Axiology," and it deals with the nature of value as it relates to created things in general, humans in particular, God, and our relationship to him. Since the acceptance by many Christians of the government's belief that some jobs are "non- essential" became widespread, I have felt the need to articulate - in a systematic manner - why such a belief has no basis in the truth. This series is dedicated to this task, and it can only be read at the Logia substack. Here is a link to the articles already in print. Intro to Biblical Axiology [Pt.1] Intro to Biblical Axiology [Pt.2] Become a subscriber today! -h.

The Future of this Blog

by Hiram R. Diaz III Given that I'm something of a creative "jack of all trades," finding a way to manage my creative output has been something of a difficult task. Initially, I thought I could use this one site for blogging on a variety of subjects, as well as promoting my aesthetic work. However, the kind of writing that I tend to do is not really suitable for the kind of smorgasbord site I have created here. Not only that, but it tends to be time consuming as it involves a lot of reading, researching, drafting, revising, and editing. So I've decided to keep this site up as a kind of catch-all where I can post randomly, as well as promote my aesthetic work. My more in-depth writing will now be published on Currently, the page doesn't have and content. However, Lord willing, that will change soon, as I'm currently preparing to write about the work of yet another evangelical change agent, namely Carl Trueman. Until then, Soli Deo Gloria! -h