John Dewey

Zuckerberg’s Facebook Church is Real … Don’t Misunderstand him

By John B. Manos / July 12, 2017 /

Recently, there was a bunch of hooey because Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said he thought Facebook groups could replace church for many people. I think he’s right. Unfortunately, I take the opposite stance that the Federalist took. They said Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t understand church. They explain that Facebook cannot replace church. See, Mark Zuckerberg Is Clueless About Church If He…

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New Lies For Old: Fr. Hardon Explains Neopaganism as Our Dechristianized Reality

By John B. Manos / May 16, 2015 /

Get you coffee, tea, or favorite beverage, and plan to spend a while learning one of Father Hardon’s master points on the state of modern man and the anti-religion we face, even within the Church. A massive post, it has analysis of the new religion we face today and why so many are unhappy following it but cannot escape.

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Book Review: Credentialed to Destroy: How and Why Education Became a Weapon by Robin Eubanks

By Stephanie Block / June 13, 2014 /

Over the last three decades, there have been a number of excellent books written to explore the direction education reform has taken. Some look narrowly at specific programs or policies; other take a broader perspective, following the historical trends that bring us to our present moment. Robin Eubanks’ Credentialed to Destroy: How and Why Education…

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