Doug Wilson is a pastor, author, speaker and evangelical theologian from the United States. He is (probably most) known for his “controversial” book Southern Slavery, As It Was and his series of debates with Christopher Hitchens (who was a fascinating atheist).
Doug has an impressive body of work at his website and his sermons can be found at Christ Church’s website.
In short, he unapologetically makes the case for classical Christianity and why it is necessary to save the West from its current downward trajectory into the cesspit of postmodern Godlessness.
I like Doug’s summary, from his website, of his general outlook.
Of course, the neo-Marxist establishment doesn’t like those with a based worldview – like Samuel Sey – and resorts to labels and whine festivals. For example, Vice Magazine hates the fact that Doug
says that wives must submit to their husbands preaches from the Bible.
Actually, just about everything that Doug says is deemed politically incorrect.
Which is why I like him.
He joined me for a conversation surrounding
- what it means to be a Christian;
- not apologising for what it says in the Bible;
- saving the imploding West;
- gender roles;
- slavery; and
- his journey with Christopher Hitchens.
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