Magazine
Conflict
November/December 2012

Our Desperate Need for Zechariah

By R. J. Rushdoony

This is the prophecy of Zechariah. It is a prophecy not only concerning Jerusalem, but concerning the church today; a prophecy that is not a finished word because it had its first fulfillment in Jerusalem. It has its fulfillment now in terms of the church. Why? Because the church is, again, in the depths while the whole world seems to lie at ease, satisfied that it is in power and that history is in the hands of men, not in the hands of God, so that their only question is, which group of men will determine the future?

Conflict

By Phillip G. Kayser

This is the hardest step in managing conflict: getting people who have cut themselves off from each other to be willing to be vulnerable and…

A Critique of Jordan's and North's View of the Head Tax (Part 3 of 3)

By Robert Fugate

James Jordan and Christian Reconstructionist leader Gary North disagree with R. J. Rushdoony’s understanding of the head tax as a civil tax. In Part 2 of this three-part series published in the last issue of FFAOL, I laid out my initial critique of their position. I resume a Biblical assessment of their…

Hunger Games

By Andrea G. Schwartz

In my travels as a “circuit riding” homeschooling mentor and lecturer, I have observed that the institution of the family, by God’s…

By Lee Duigon

The authors’ purpose is to teach churches how to protect themselves from being sued if they try to exert church discipline. Actually, what lawyers Renaud and Weinberger are doing is…

By Steve Zink

On more than one occasion a Christian brother has told me that the Kingdom of God is not a reality for today. Rather, it is the great hope of the future. Often this is followed with an…