I disagree with you on James White, but can accept you have a different opinion.I'm very much involved in the culture war.
Carl Trueman is good on the culture war. John McWhorter is good on the culture war. Freddie DeBoer and Scott Alexander are good on the culture war (though from the other side).
James White and Doug Wilson are not.
That's where the money is.....Final comment, because I realize mine are more about White, but I think one of the reasons all this CRT nonsense is cropping up is because not enough churches are addressing the culture war. The worldly culture is winning and many churches are turning woke. To me, he seems to be doing both. Talking about the culture and still doing good apologetics.
Really, what trajectory?White makes me sad.
I listened to the DL for many years (since 2006, maybe?), and learned a great deal from him. He's sharp, gifted, and entertaining. His stuff on Mormonism, Islam, and cults has been hugely helpful to me.
Over the past few years, though, I've sensed a trajectory taking him somewhere I didn't want to go, and eventually stopped listening.
Sure, but I was drawing on what was posted already.Can you add context to this statement?