Faith Without Justice is Dead
November/December 2009

Political Saviors

By R. J. Rushdoony

In describing the events of Palm Sunday, St. Matthew wrote...

Are We Wise Men?

By Mark R. Rushdoony

Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judaea in the days of Herod the king, behold, there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem. (Matt. 2:1)

Faith Without Justice is Dead

By Christopher J. Ortiz

In Proverbs 21:3, God clearly states that certain religious deeds are “more acceptable” than others—despite those others being the very liturgical functions He Himself required. Even during the Old Covenant, God desired justice more than the celebration of feasts and the offerings upon the altars. This is an important lesson for our time as most contemporary church controversies center around liturgy, sacrament, or some other ecclesiocentric matter. In what sense have we surpassed the Pharisees?

The Woman of the House: A Covenantal Voice of Victory

By Andrea G. Schwartz

Proverbs 31 gives a thorough job description of how a virtuous woman goes about fulfilling her calling under God in the major role of supporting her husband and family. As the manager of the household, she is intimately involved in the concerns of all members and, truly, is the glue that holds the family together.

By Rebecca Morecraft

On November 13, A.D. 354, on the cusp of the dying Roman Empire during the reign of Constantius II, Aurelius Augustine was born.

By Lee Duigon

“[W]e know that if this white-coated authority whose chosen vocation is curing and healing is the one opening your mind to hospice and palliative care, we’ve nudged you ever so slightly toward letting go.”1–Charles Krauthammer