Evidence of the Exodus
March/April 2013

Christianity and Culture

By R. J. Rushdoony

Rather than the light of God, men seek to generate their own light and vision. They are men of darkness, seeking an escape by their own self-exaltation. They dream that their wisdom will give them the necessary light. Calvin felt that God was saying to all such men, You have rejected Me and sought to kindle your own light to escape the darkness. Well, now your life will take its course in your own fire, which will be, not your salvation, but your destruction: "at the place of torment ye shall lie down!" They will create the culture of death.

Evidence of the Exodus

By Miles R. Jones, Ph.D.

In the past few decades the field of Biblical archaeology has been secularized to the point that, in the mainstream of expert opinion, the…

The Repentance Tipping Point, Jeremiads, and Nehemiads

By George Grant, Ph.D.

How do fads suddenly sweep through an entire culture, becoming practically ubiquitous overnight? What makes one craze abruptly passé and gauche while another instantaneously becomes chic and trendy? How do epidemics spread from small, contained, and isolated segments of a population to infect an entire region or…

Charity: The Covenantal Way

By Bojidar Marinov

A supposedly "Reformed" author recently declared that the sign of a "just" society is that the "material needs of the poor are taken care of." He said this in the context of the supposed "inner contradictions of capitalism." The message was, "Capitalism is unjust because it doesn't take care of the material needs…

By Andrea G. Schwartz

The virtuous woman of Proverbs 31 can best be described as deliberate in her actions and duties. Her decisions and undertakings are purposefully in line with her calling, resulting in such a…

By Lee Duigon

Rev. George Grant, pastor at Parish Presbyterian Church in Nashville, Tennessee, has packed an amazing variety into his career.

By Hannah Schultz

In his most recent book, Jesus Christ and the Life of the Mind, Mark Noll continues the discussion of Christian, and particularly evangelical, scholarship which he began in The Scandal of the…