New Directions in Christian Education
September-October 2015

The Kingdom is Advancing, But Keep Working

By Mark R. Rushdoony

I am regularly confronted by two very different perspectives on the future. They are, in a sense, conflicting approaches, but they are often expressed by a single individual, sometimes in the same conversation. If we were being hypercritical, we could say that both tendencies represent a certain lack of faith, but since no man’s faith is perfect, both extremes are regularly expressed, even in Scripture.

Dr. Kishore Encounters the Dedication of the State (10)

By Martin G. Selbrede

This is the tenth in a series of articles about addiction pioneer Dr. Punyamurtula S. Kishore and his battles with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. otherwise.

Rushdoony and Books

By Ben House

I am an unrestrained, generally unrepentant, excessive book buyer and reader. I have only myself to blame for this addiction, and a few others, including R. J. Rushdoony. For years, I read Rushdoony’s books, including the footnotes and bibliographies. Then I started listening to Rushdoony’s taped lectures on…

New Jersey Pioneers New Directions in Christian Education: A Case Study

By James Patterson

Whenever a particular culture has a problem to solve, it is wise to look around and recognize the current age. Questions like “What are the…

By Andrea G. Schwartz

When you fail to make the Bible the starting point of thought, you end up constructing a worldview built on a faulty foundation. Couple that with man’s sinful nature and the wiles of the…

By James Leavenworth

Sobbing and tearful, an endless stream of teenagers made their way to the microphone to testify about what had happened to them during the weekend. Their words varied, but the same message echoed throughout the auditorium: “I accepted God,” or “I asked God into my heart,” rang out…

By Lee Duigon

Much of the work in this field was pioneered by R.J. Rushdoony in his 1967 book, The Mythology of Science. Rushdoony didn’t extend his inquiry to science fiction, but rather focused on…