Creation and the Timeless God
March-April 2016

Rousas John Rushdoony: A Brief History, Part II “You Are Going to Be a Writer”

By Mark R. Rushdoony

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.

Physician Rising: What It Takes to Get Up Again After Being Smashed Underfoot (13)

By Martin G. Selbrede

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.

Creation and the Timeless God

By Ian Hodge

The idea of the eternal God who created time “In the beginning” is still the only view that makes sense not only of the Biblical data but what we observe in the universe around us....The doctrine of creation and the Genesis record thus provide the important backdrop for establishing the character of God and the nature of time.

Sharing Your Life: The Christian Way to Kingdom Service

By Andrea G. Schwartz

During the time I was the primary teacher for my children, I received many positive and negative comments about our family’s educational choice. They ranged from the customary, “I could never do that! I just don’t have the patience,” to “How selfish it is to restrict your gifts and talents to just your own children. You should send them to school to be missionaries to other kids, and you should get credentialed as a teacher so that with your talents you could help many children and just not your own.” I always laughed at the latter criticism based on its faulty logic. This collectivist view held that by giving priority to my own family I was cheating others. By God’s grace, a sound theology allowed me to dismiss these “helpful” pieces of advice as the distractions they were.

By Lee Duigon

Do we even need the Hollywood film industry anymore? This is an independently made movie, a family project—and we can be pretty sure it didn’t cost $100 million to produce. And yet there’s no hint of amateurishness about it.

By R. J. Rushdoony

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.

By Lee Duigon

I couldn’t wait to read these books. Biblical mysteries elucidated! The bare-bones narrative of Genesis fleshed out! What really happened in that age before the Flood? It’s quite a draw. And what a disappointment, when I finally read them.

By Chalcedon

​“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