By Faith He Still Speaks: Rushdoony's Big Idea
January/February 2007

The Religious Foundations of Culture

By R. J. Rushdoony

In 1954, Bernard Baruch found the modern mentality increasingly evidencing fears concerning the future.

From Statism to Christian Reconstruction

By Mark R. Rushdoony

Christians disagree on whether the Republican losses in the November elections were a blessing or a setback, because they initially differed on how to characterize the contest.

Theocentric Charismatics

By Christopher J. Ortiz

Despite its enormous population, the Charismatic movement continues to struggle with scandal, materialism, and abuse of power. Yet within its numbers are multitudes of faithful men and women who have placed God at the center (theocentric), and this group, in my opinion, holds the Biblical solutions to one of the world’s largest Christian communities.

The Foundation of the Christian Curriculum

By Andrea G. Schwartz

Let’s say you wanted to prepare an ambassador for diplomatic service. What would be involved?

By Buddy Hanson

When was the last time you sat down with your Bible for a few minutes with God’s Counsel and encountered a sentence or two that gave you a spiritual slap upside the head?

By Martin G. Selbrede

A half-decade has passed since the death of Rousas John Rushdoony, and by faith he yet speaks. This was a man who redeemed the time, and every paragraph from his pen reflects that consecration of every thing, beginning with every fiber of his own being, to the Lord God.

By Michael R. Butler

We live in an age of unbelief. Our culture has abandoned its faith in God’s Word and has turned aside to idols.

By Lee Duigon

The founding of a new Christendom may seem a tall order for a denomination that lists only a dozen churches on its home webpage (; but all Christians know the parable of the tiny mustard seed that grows into the biggest tree in the field.