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How Should Christians Defend Themselves?

By Steve Macias, Andrea G. Schwartz on July 06, 2020
In the 101st episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, self defense is discussed from not only a physical perspective, but also emotional, intellectual, spiritual, and theological perspectives as well.
Research Article

The Place of Biblical Law in Society

By R. J. Rushdoony on July 05, 2020
The law of God is a charter and constitution for a decentralized society in which the basic powers of government are exercised by God’s covenant people in their self-government in every sphere, in their families, their vocations, the tithe agencies they create to minister to a variety of social problems and needs.
Research Article

The Great Fear and the Great Faith

By R. J. Rushdoony on October 29, 2012
We are on the verge of another and the most extensive Great Fear in history. The corrosive forces of humanism are world-wide in their influence. The only thing that can counteract and overcome the deadly personal and social effects of the Great Fear is the Great Faith.
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Should We Be Planning for Scarcity?

By Steve Macias, Andrea G. Schwartz on June 29, 2020
In episode #100 of the Out of the Question Podcast, scarcity vs. abundance is discussed from a Biblical perspective.
Magazine Article

The Critical Patriot

By Mark R. Rushdoony on November 01, 2005
To be a Christian patriot in fact requires us to be critical of acts done by the United States that are illegal in terms of the Constitution or unjust or immoral in terms of the higher law of God. A Christian patriot is one who is faithful to his country in terms of a prior faithfulness to God. Christians ought to be both the most vocal supporters of the ideals that made America great and the most outspoken critics of its failures.
Research Article

Connecting Christians: The Next Step in Chalcedon’s Mission

By Lee Duigon on June 25, 2020
You don’t have to be a pastor to be a servant of the Kingdom. That’s a big part of Chalcedon’s message: we all serve the same Lord, each in our own way.
Research Article

Our Threatened Freedom

June 24, 2020
The answer is always Christian Reconstruction, and what we’ve been given through this crisis is an opportunity to teach fellow believers about the realities of statism and the solutions that the Scriptures provide us.
Research Article

Religion and the State

By R. J. Rushdoony on June 24, 2020
The real issue is not between church and state, but is simply this: the state as a religious establishment has progressively disestablished Christianity as its law foundation, and, while professing neutrality, has in fact established humanism as the religion of the state.
Blog Post

Selective Depravity

By Mark R. Rushdoony on June 22, 2020
For some years we have seen our culture warring against itself. Everything is politicized. “You are either for us or against us,” seems to be the operating principle.
Blog Post

Deplatforming the Word of God

By Andrea G. Schwartz on June 18, 2020
Christians) are distraught over efforts to defund law enforcement and the abandonment of law and order in our society. Additionally, many are concerned over the successful “deplatforming” of conservative and Christian thinkers by media conglomerates in network, cable, and social media platforms. What’s a “righteous” person to make of all this or do about it?

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