Does Theonomy Have a Fatal Flaw?
July-August 2013

Rationalism: The Sinner's Big Head

By Mark R. Rushdoony

To whatever extent men reject God they must attempt to replace Him with something in their own experience. In rejecting God men suppose that He is, in fact, easily removed by man's intellectual dismissal. Whenever man dismisses God from his thinking, however, a vacuum is left which must be filled.

Does Theonomy Have a Fatal Flaw?

By Martin G. Selbrede

.Last year, publisher Wipf & Stock released Timothy R. Cunningham's new book, How Firm a Foundation?1 The book's purpose was two-fold: to…

The Call from Sinai

By Miles R. Jones, Ph.D.

In the previous installment we summarized the evidence that, at Sinai, believers received the alphabetic principle of the writing of God as surely as they received the moral principle of the word of God. They were commanded to become a literate people. The Lord's direct commands to the Hebrews that they read,…

How the Last Become First

By Bojidar Marinov

I am sitting in a small improvised cafe in the open, in the central square of the Gypsy quarter of Sliven, a city in southeast Bulgaria. Right next to me is Boris Andonov, the pastor of a growing Gypsy church. About a dozen young men-ages 25 to 35-are with us. We are discussing Christian Reconstruction and the…

By Andrea G. Schwartz

Without a knowledge and understanding of God's law, it is impossible to navigate through difficult situations, including those between a husband and a wife.

By R. J. Rushdoony

Apart from the Indians, most of us are immigrant stock of relatively recent origin. Two groups have a long history here, the English and the Negroes, and both have English names and deep…