The feminarchy, intersectionality, cultural relativism, a galaxy of phobias & authoritarian thought police – is there a clear line between classical Marxism and the war against Christian culture, or is it just a right-wing conspiracy to justify hate?

Dr Stephen Chavura holds a Ph.D. in the history of early-modern English political thought. He is a speaker at the Church And State Summit 2019 in Brisbane, Australia (22-23 Feb) on the subject, “Cultural Marxism: Reality or Rhetoric”.

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Stephen is a co-author of “Reason, Religion and the Australian Polity: A Secular State?” Widely published in prestigious journals, his research interests include the history of political thought, church and state in history, modern political philosophy, recognition theory, and freedom of speech. Dr Chavura also regularly contributes to public debate in various online and print fora as well as radio.

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