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Why Do We Call It Easter?

By Steve Macias, Andrea G. Schwartz on April 08, 2020
In this 92nd episode of the Out of the Question Podcast. the origins of Easter and its importance to Christian heritage and evangelism.
Magazine Article

The Resurrection and the New Creation

By Mark R. Rushdoony on March 01, 2004
The new creation began with the resurrection of Jesus Christ, continues as the Spirit makes men into “new Creatures in Christ” and will continue through the millennium. It will climax, however, with our bodily resurrection and the creation of the new heaven and the new earth.
Magazine Article

Contentment vs. Covetousness

By Mark R. Rushdoony on January 01, 1999
Those who seek wealth fall into "temptation and a snare." We must be careful to note it is how one regards wealth or why one desires it that is the real issue. Covetousness is the immoral desire for wealth by unlawful means. The desire for wealth can become all-consuming. The poor are as inclined to be consumed by a desire for wealth as the rich.
Magazine Article

Why Do the Heathen Rage?

By James Nickel on May 01, 1997
We, the body of Christ, are the world's only hope. Psalm 2 accurately describes the present state of the nations, as well as what we must do.
Magazine Article

Flu, Etc.

By Otto Scott on January 01, 1991

This article originally appeared in the January 1991, Chalcedon Report, No. 306, pp. 7–8).

Influenza first appeared, seemingly from nowhere in the spring of 1918 and was called Spanish flu because that was where its effects first became visible.
Magazine Article

Liberty is Not License

By Mark R. Rushdoony on January 05, 2014
Liberty must be understood within moral limits or it becomes as oppressive and destructive as any centralized tyranny. Freedom of speech has never been taken to allow any right to shout "Fire!" in a darkened theater, and the Second Amendment's protection of the right to keep and bear arms has never been construed as an absolute right to use those weapons against others.
Research Article

Why You Should Homeschool Your Christian Child, Part IV: Ten Reasons Why You Should Homeschool Your Child

By Lee Duigon on September 06, 2006

Should a temporary solution become a permanent choice?

We hope we’ve convinced you by now that the public school, for a host of very good reasons, is the wrong place for this. But there are equally strong reasons for educating at home.
Research Article

Legitimacy and Intimidation

By Timothy D. Terrell on October 31, 2002

Although penned 18 years ago, here are some important observations worth considering.

Legitimacy is everywhere weak because, first, religious faith is everywhere weak, and, second, because the principle of legitimacy on the whole is derived in almost all societies from false and humanistic premises. Where a false legitimacy rules, there too a false premise for law and order exists.
Magazine Article

The True Perspective (2 Cor. 4:8-18)

By R. J. Rushdoony on September 09, 2016
To believe in Christ is not merely a belief added to our existing lives, but the total renewal of our lives and the shift of our command center from ourselves to Jesus Christ. To confess Christ means that our whole being is now in His hands and under His control.
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Should All Debts Be Forgiven?

By Steve Macias, Andrea G. Schwartz on March 30, 2020
In this 91st episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, debt forgiveness and the biblical Year of Jubilee are discussed.

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