Tag Archives: Communism

What Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn can teach Yeonmi Park (and us) about freedom

North Korean defector and Columbia University student Yeonmi Park drew considerable media attention for her comments earlier this month equating academic freedom at America’s Ivy League schools to North Korea. “”I expected that I was paying this fortune, all this … Continue reading

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Richard Wurmbrand’s Marx and Satan: The most relevant book you can read this year

(Here’s an English version of the Foreword I wrote for our new Korean language edition of Rev. Wurmbrand’s book Marx and Satan, to be released in a few weeks. You can find an English language edition of the book here–minus … Continue reading

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A Key Difference Between Communism and Democracy: Democracy Has Been Far More Successful in Destroying Christianity

Polish philosopher and politician Ryszard Legutko’s latest (2016) book, The Demon in Democracy: Totalitarian Temptations in Free Societies, is written from a perspective of someone who, after having lived for many years under communism and then for more than two … Continue reading

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