In the classical Christian church we hear much about our identity in Christ. We also have a host of other identities or roles: parent or child in a family; worker in or owner of an organization; a particular church, denomination, […]
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This post highlights some quotes from paleoconservative Sam Francis in order to show his foresight for understanding the rise of Trumpism, which has been noted by various writers, especially Michael Brendan Dougherty. The rise of Trumpism was foreseen by a […]
My favorite political scientist, Francis Fukuyama, seems to have a blind spot about the character of bureaucrats and public employees, failing to see that they are just as ‘patrimonial’, a word he uses a lot, as any other interest group. […]
About Howard Ahmanson
Howard F. Ahmanson, Jr. was born in Los Angeles in 1950. He graduated from Occidental College with a bachelor’s degree in economics and a master’s degree in linguistics from the University of Texas at Arlington. In 1986 he married journalist Roberta Green. Most of his time is now spent on philanthropy, mostly relating to the intersection of Christianity and culture. He is an advisor to the Christian Community Development Association, a network of nearly 400 inner city ministries nationwide. This is his personal blog. His interests include geography and history, and especially stand-up paddle boarding. Read more here.