Hank Hanegraaff talks with Dr. Mary Grabar, a resident fellow at the Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization and author of Debunking Howard Zinn: Exposing the Fake History That Turned a Generation against America. Hank and Dr. Grabar discuss the misrepresentation and debate over Christopher Columbus in our nation. Think of last year’s carnage in Portland on “Indigenous Peoples’ Day of Rage.” Or the city of Philadelphia placing a plywood box over a Columbus statue—which remains covered beyond Columbus Day 2021. And President Biden has delivered the first presidential proclamation of “Indigenous Peoples’ Day.” But why? Could it be anger over Columbus’ intention to spread the message of Christ to those he encountered in the “New World”? Or the deeply held Christian convictions prominently displayed in Columbus’ documents and diaries? The common but false narrative that Columbus was a nefarious character—a ruthless money-grubbing, genocidal maniac, who severed hands, raped women, and who enslaved gentle people to satisfy a white supremacist lust for gold and glory—is arguably tracible to the pontifications of a man named Howard Zinn.
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