Christianity and the State
November-December 2016

Rousas John Rushdoony: A Brief History, Part VI “The Lord Will Perfect That Which Concerneth Me”

By Mark R. Rushdoony

As both postmillennial and a Christian Reconstructionist, my father had no lack of big ideas and hopes. It is safe to say he saw his ministry in the context of an expansive Kingdom of God that would give significance to his work beyond his own field of view.

Freedom and the State

By R. J. Rushdoony

In Biblical theology, the absolute freedom of God is a basic premise: God cannot be controlled or governed by anything outside of Himself. This is the premise of humanistic doctrines of the state: the absolute freedom of the state.

Introduction to Christianity and the State

By Jean-Marc Berthoud

It is a great honor for me to write a brief text to introduce the Portuguese translation of a remarkable and timely book by Rousas John Rushdoony, Christianity and the State, first published in 1986.

A New Version of Making America Great (Again)

By Bill Potter

In November of 2015, a National Park policeman approached the tour group I was leading on the knoll of Bunker Hill in Boston, demanding I stop teaching about the battle that had been fought there in 1775, threatening to write me up for “illegal guiding,” a crime unknown in statutory law and a term new to our history tour company.

By Andrea G. Schwartz

In discussions about sexual abuse, incest, and rape, there is a tendency to assume that those offering preventative solutions are blaming the victim for what happened rather than placing the responsibility on the offender. This can be hurtful to individuals who continue to experience the trauma and betrayal of the original incident.

By Lee Duigon

The fields of the Lord are many. One of the fields that I work in is Young Adult fiction, and there are a lot of people sowing tares in it.

By Susan Burns

Sadly, there are parents reading this who will painstakingly seek marriage with a godly spouse for their children only to watch, in time, the union disintegrate to such a point that divorce is the only remedy.

By Chalcedon

Why do we speak more of the evils of our day than we do the promises and commandments of our Lord? If news headlines are at the forefront of our minds—rather than the Word of God—we will soon become a people “trapped in the wilderness” by our collective unbelief.