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Can Fellowship Exist in Isolation?

By Steve Macias, Andrea G. Schwartz on June 01, 2020
In episode #98 of the Out of the Question Podcast, the anti-biblical nature of "social distancing" is discussed and the effects it has on the life of the church.
Research Article

Atonement: Inseparable from Justice

By R. J. Rushdoony on May 31, 2020
To war against God means, ultimately, to war against everything. Any separation of the world of law and justice from God and the atonement is either a surrender of the world to the enemy or a joining of forces with him.
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Why History Is Important

By Mark R. Rushdoony on July 03, 2012
Research Article

Wealth and the State

By R. J. Rushdoony on December 07, 2011
A key aspect of idolatry is that an often otherwise legitimate aspect of this world is made absolute. Very commonly, the state, which has a very limited but lawful status under God is made into an idol and becomes, in Hegel's terms, God walking on earth. This is idolatry. However, it is equally false to see the state as absolute evil and the source of sin. It is the heart of man which is the source of sin, and the state reflects our sins and our envious desires.
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Is It Biblical to Be Patriotic?

By Steve Macias, Andrea G. Schwartz on May 25, 2020
In episode #97 of the Out of the Question Podcast, the subject of patriotism vs. nationalism is discussed from a biblical framework.
Blog Post

The Long-term Necessity of Building the Kingdom

By Mark R. Rushdoony on May 23, 2020
The Kingdom of God, our Lord said, grows because it is nurtured in the faithfulness of its citizens and empowered by the Holy Spirit.
Research Article

Theonomy vs. Tyranny

By R. J. Rushdoony on September 11, 2012
Man's choice is between theonomy and autonomy, God's law versus self-law.
Magazine Article

The Problem with Revivalism

By Roger Schultz on November 01, 2004
Everyone has a mental image of the revivalist. For most, it is probably an annoying man with a polyester suit, slick hair, an auctioneer’s cadence, and an incessant sales pitch. Christians should long for and pray for genuine Biblical revival, but they should also be highly suspicious of modern revivalism.
Research Article

The Alternative to a Sovereign God

By Mark R. Rushdoony on September 19, 2005
The idea of God predestinating from eternity is offensive to many. The alternative to a decreeing God, however, is a spectator God, one who is Himself subject to the actions of men in time and history. Man wants to believe he is in control. Even Christians often want a God who only reacts to man, like an umpire or judge. To whatever extent we deny predestination to God, we thereby transfer it to man.
Research Article

Lurching from Crisis to Crisis

By Mark R. Rushdoony on May 16, 2020
We seem to lurch from one crisis to another. It comes from man playing god. As Christians we accept the Bible’s analysis of man’s problem being his sin.

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