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Spiritual Capital & Christian Reconstruction
by Chalcedon on Sep 19, 2016

Easy Chair Podcast on Forgiveness with Mark Rushdoony
by Chalcedon on Sep 18, 2016

Mark Rushdoony on “Who Receives the Tithe?”
by Chalcedon on Sep 14, 2016

Andrea Schwartz on What is Christian Reconstruction?
by Chalcedon on Sep 08, 2016

Mark Rushdoony on "What is Theonomy?"
by Chalcedon on Jul 21, 2016

Arm of the Flesh: Do Dominionists Believe They Can Usher in the Kingdom of God by Their Own Power?

by Chalcedon on May 6, 2016

None of us are called to set the world or our time aright, but rather to meet our responsibilities under God. The responsibility and work at hand is ours; the issue is in the hands of God. ~ R. J. Rushdoony (Thy Kingdom Come: Studies in Daniel and Re…

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The Use of Violent Imagery in Scripture

by Chalcedon on April 28, 2016

Whether Old or New Testaments, the Scriptures are filled with oftentimes violent imagery of weapons and war. Does this mean Christian are to take up arms in revolution? Do these texts imply Christians should attack or harm their cultural or social op…

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Darwinism and the Loss of Faith in America

by Chalcedon on April 15, 2016

The real problem with America is its loss of faith and the influence of Christianity. Regardless of our many national ills, nothing compares to the depreciation of our spiritual capital: faith and character. One reason for this was the overwhelmin…

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How Should Christians View the U.S. Constitution?

by Chalcedon on April 4, 2016

Since September of 2001, more and more Americans have become aware of the importance of the U. S. Constitution. This is a good thing, because now more citizens are casting a suspicious eye towards the growing menace of American statism. The advent of…

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Should Religion Be Kept Out of Society?

by Chalcedon on March 24, 2016

Can you separate religion from any area of life? Secularists seem to think so. In the name of the "separation of church and state," they believe any and all religious agendas should be kept out of the public sphere—especially the poli…

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