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The Hippopotami

July 30, 2023 Chilton Williamson, Jr. 10

I once read of a man who identifies as a hippopotamus. This nugget relating to postmodern cultural realities put me in mind of T.S. Eliot’s poem “The Hippopotamus”, whose hero progresses from “rest[ing] on his […]

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Atheism, Poetry, and the Bible

August 18, 2022 Chilton Williamson, Jr. 9

For atheists, the Old Testament is a collection of ancient myths, and the New Testament an inconsistent and plainly fraudulent record presented as objective history, the work of many lying hands shamelessly proffered by the […]


Why Do the Heathen Rage?

July 30, 2022 Chilton Williamson, Jr. 11

1. In the early modern and modern periods of Western history, the religious establishment comprised of the various churches and the political establishments with which they were affiliated or which they supported feared liberal philosophies […]