He very early became a voracious reader. In those days it was believed you would damage your eyes if you read in dim light, such as that provided by kerosene lamps, so he was constantly being told to put his books away. He later admitted this was one area in which he disobeyed. At night when he was supposed to have gone to bed, he would crack his door just enough to let in a sliver of light by which he could read.
This is the thirteenth in a series of articles about addiction treatment pioneer Dr. Punyamurtula S. Kishore and his ongoing battle with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, which shuttered his fifty-two clinics in late 2011, dramatically increasing the state’s death tolls due to opioid addiction.
The doctrine of creation has many implications, not only to do with the scientific facts of the universe, but there are other, more subtle, issues at stake. One of those has to do with the idea of the eternal, or timeless, God. This essay looks at the arguments for a temporal God and offers suggestions why they…
To deny the power of God is to open society to the evil powers of men. Fallen men can only exercise evil power; hence, the denial of God’s sovereignty and law is the choice of human tyranny and the triumph of evil.
“There are many people ready to eliminate statism, but they have nothing but wishing to replace it… Either we work to establish a godly order, or we go down into the hell of total statism.” ~ R. J. Rushdoony