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Sermons in 1 & 2 Corinthians

By R. J. Rushdoony on May 31, 2023
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What Is the Future for the Doctor-Patient Relationship? Ep. 237 (guest Richard Walker)

By Andrea G. Schwartz on May 29, 2023
After the “pandemic,” people are growing skeptical about healthcare and its future. Richard Walker reveals how the Benjamin Rush Institute shapes medical students to enhance doctor-patient connections in a free-enterprise medical system.
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By R. J. Rushdoony on May 27, 2023
Dominion and lordship are basic to the Bible, but the average Christian denies them in how they live. If the church is to stay relevant, it must embrace Christ’s lordship, God’s law, and Christian dominion.
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Spare-Tire Religion

By R. J. Rushdoony on May 26, 2023
Spare tires are important to have, not to think about. For many, so is their faith.
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Conspiracies - The Chalcedon Podcast - Ep. 34

By Mark R. Rushdoony, Martin G. Selbrede, Andrea Schwartz on May 24, 2023
Conspiracy theory has played a role in the margins of American society for more than two centuries, but it is now mainstream with the help of the internet and social media and myriads of self-appointed experts. But does the Bible discuss conspiracies? And if so, what should Christians do about it?
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Are National Parks Enforcing a Singular Worldview on Park Visitors? Ep. 236 (guest Bill Potter)

By Andrea G. Schwartz on May 22, 2023
We are used to "approved narratives" in the school house, universities, and the media. Few might suspect that similar revisionist history is being promoted in our National Parks. Bill Potter, a noted historian, shares his experience regarding the pushback from government bureaucrats when God's providential history is shared.
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Rushdoony’s Revolt Against Maturity

By Martin G. Selbrede on May 16, 2023
Psychology: once governed by the scriptures was forfeited to the humanists under the Church’s watch, and the new gatekeepers have radically secularized the discipline. Rushdoony launched a frontal assault on their hegemony in his 1977 work on psychology, “Revolt Against Maturity,” while equally critiquing the current Christian approaches and providing a way forward for God’s dominion man.
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Freedom or Slavery?

By R. J. Rushdoony on May 15, 2023
Slavery is defined as a property right in the labor of other men. If you own a slave, it means that he must work for you. Very obviously, through taxation, civil government now owns about half of us, and this means that we are half slaves, whatever else we may call ourselves.
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How Should Believers Prepare for the Collapse of Humanism? Ep. 235 (guest Peter Allison)

By Andrea G. Schwartz on May 15, 2023
Rushdoony often wrote about the coming collapse of humanism with its institutions and policies. What should Christians do? How should we prepare? Today’s guest, Peter Allison, shares practical areas where Christians must create parallel economies for the sake of Christ’s Kingdom.
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A Necessary Partner

By Andrea G. Schwartz on May 11, 2023
When Ephesians (and elsewhere) tells husbands to love their wives as Christ loves the church, it doesn’t include belittling, sidelining, or relegating them to a second tier status. Clearly, that is not what Christ did and does with His church.