Evangelical Dark Web (EDW) has been in the news in a lot in recent times. This is supposedly the “Christian” version of the Intellectual Dark Web (IDW), which comprises of secular thought leaders like Jordan Peterson, Ben Shapiro, Joe Rogan, Dave Rubin, The Weinstein brothers, Sam Harris and several others. They all come from different backgrounds, have different political ideologies and disagree on most issues. Their unifying factor, however, is that they believe in freedom of speech and want to engage in open and honest conversation about their differences. What the IDW does that’s different than virtually anyone else is that they embrace the discussions. They are okay with disagreement. They enjoy the intellectual exercise of talking though philosophical differences of opinion. They’ll engage honestly with those that they disagree with. Podcasts like The Joe Rogan Experience, The Rubin Report and Ben Shapiro’s Sunday Special all exemplify exactly that: Just talk to people.

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The group that identifies as the EDW are just a bunch of people who agree with each other. There’s no engaging in differing opinions. There’s no open dialogue. It’s literally a bunch of anti-SJWs who’ve hijacked the name Evangelical Dark Web and redefined it into something that bears NO resemblance of the Intellectual Dark Web. Sure, there may be some differing theology, but that’s ignored and not dealt with. They don’t want to talk about their disagreements; they only want to talk about what they agree on. You see, these guys aren’t engaging with those they disagree with. They’re only talking trash about people with differing opinions… and sometimes they’re just talking trash about people they don’t consider to be in their little group, even if they agree on virtually everything.

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There is no such thing as the Evangelical Dark Web (EDW). People can claim to be a part of it, but it’s non-existent. The supposed EDW is nothing more than a theological tribe that continually preaches to the choir and doesn’t allow their positions to be critiqued. They don’t welcome disagreement, they avoid it all cost unless it’s them disagreeing with someone else.

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BERJOUHI SMITH
Berjouhi Smith is a staff writer for CBS Interactive based in Portland, Oregon, covering topics on Dark Web for Dark Web Links. She has previously covered politics for CBSNews.com, as well as the intersection of technology and politics for CNET. Berjouhi has graduated with a B.A. in communication from Stanford University. She is highly influenced by various aspects of the dark web leading to be a writer for the Dark Web Link.

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