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Past issues of "Faith for All of Life"

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Doctrine of Selective Depravity, Parts I-III

By R. J. Rushdoony on June 10, 2016
Humanism has usually preferred the doctrine of selective depravity, one of the most pernicious ideas ever propagated by man. According to the doctrine of selective depravity, most men are naturally good, but some men are diabolically evil.

New Online Class for Women Starting in January 2020

By Andrea G. Schwartz , Catherine Brown on December 07, 2019
Psychology is a branch of theology. To understand human beings we must first understand how man was created and how the Fall has affected his soul. This study will focus on Rushdoony's book, Revolt Against Maturity.
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Brothers Under the Skin

By Martin G. Selbrede on September 01, 2007
Where does this mask principle, the principle of anonymity to conduct war, enter into Christian thinking? Answer: In the realm of the Internet, where self-appointed keepers of the flame cultivate a carefully maintained anonymity to attack other Christians.
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True Violence and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

By Curt Lovelace on June 01, 2003
Nearly every time there's a shooting anywhere in the country, the calls for more gun control get louder. Emotional pleas to protect our children make their way to state capitals and the halls of Congress.

Aspects of Dominion

By R. J. Rushdoony on December 06, 2019
You cannot have a correct psychology of man unless you start with correct premises.
Research Article

Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America -- A Book Review

By Lee Duigon on December 04, 2019
That so few of our young people are aware of the Left's failed utopias should shame us for what we’ve allowed public “education” to become. How different would things be if Christian children had a Christian education!
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What My Armenian Father Taught Me About Islam

By Mark R. Rushdoony on January 01, 2002
People who knew my father, Rousas John Rushdoony, were aware that he enjoyed talking about his Armenian heritage. He often related as well that his parents narrowly escaped the massacre of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire (Turkey) in 1915.
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Van Til and the Limits of Reason Book of the Month Club Discussion

By Martin G. Selbrede, Andrea G. Schwartz on December 02, 2019
​R.J. Rushdoony's book, Van Til and the Limits of Reason is discussed in this monthly book club meeting., moderated by Chalcedon Vice President, Martin Selbrede.

Sharing Your Life

By Andrea G. Schwartz on April 21, 2016

Resolution-making is right around the corner. Maybe 2020 is the year to "share your life" in a new way.

One of the best ways to evangelize is to help people in areas in which they most need help. Reading is such an area, as so many people in our culture end up as functional illiterates.
Research Article

Legacy and Example

By Martin G. Selbrede on April 13, 2005
The only God-honoring posture with respect to R. J. Rushdoony's legacy is to build upon and widen it. Mere preservation directly violates the very tenets of Rushdoony’s life's work.

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