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Research Article

Estate and Calling

By R. J. Rushdoony on September 29, 2020
With the loss of all strong and theological ideas of estate and calling, men now live for themselves, and they make their own needs and whims their end or goal. The purpose of life is sought in man’s own desires, not in God’s sovereign purpose and order.
Magazine Article

The Purpose of Learning

By R. J. Rushdoony on August 01, 2003
It is a deadly error on the part of the Christian school to assume that its task is similar to that of the "public" or government schools with the Bible added to it. There are no common sets of facts that are shared by both Christians and non-Christians. If we simply reproduce the same facts, we reproduce the same religion of humanism as that of the state schools.
Audio Track

What's So Bad About Censorship?

By Steve Macias, Andrea G. Schwartz on September 28, 2020
A discussion about how Christians have adopted a humanistic attitude toward censorship rather than a Biblical one is the subject of episode #110 of the Out of the Question Podcast.
Magazine Article

Living in the Crosshairs

By Andrea G. Schwartz on September 26, 2020
We will always be in the crosshairs of those who hate God; we might as well pick up and use the weapons that we have as believers. We are armed with the Truth that can turn the most rabid enemies of God into born again believers.
Research Article

Revolution: Darwin’s Legacy in Today’s Headlines

By Mark R. Rushdoony on September 24, 2020
For the modern revolutionary, destruction is the means to cultural housecleaning. For the Christian, man’s moral change by the Spirit is the means of his regeneration. Following Darwin, the modern liberal has embraced revolutionary tactics.
Research Article

Social Justice

By R. J. Rushdoony on September 22, 2020
The cleavage between men is greater than ever before in every other way. The conflict of interests idea is basic to modern society, and the goal of politics is to purge society in the name of social justice. The doctrine of social justice has thus become a mighty instrument for the degradation of man.
Audio Track

Why Did St. Paul Spend So Much Time in Jail?

By Steve Macias, Andrea G. Schwartz on September 21, 2020
What is the proper understanding of Romans 13? This episode of the Out of the Question Podcast focuses on the author of the Book of Romans and how his life reflected the doctrine he taught.
Blog Post

Why Humanism Leads to Statism

By Mark R. Rushdoony on September 20, 2020
Much of the modern emphasis on “democracy” came after the Civil War as a way of severing people from the limitations of government that were built into the republic of the Constitution.
Magazine Article

The Myth of Social Justice

By James L. Sauer on April 01, 1988
Social justice has nothing to do with justice as we know it. It represents a break with the Hebrew-Christian tradition of our ancestors and the rule of law.
Magazine Article

The Adorno Scale

By Otto Scott on June 01, 1993
In 1950, the book “The Authoritarian Personality” argued that people holding certain views about society could be judged racists, and to prove it, the authors (Adorno & Horkheimer) created an “F-Scale” (F for fascist) by which people could “measure” one another’s opinions and thereby be held guilty.

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