The Bounds of God's Law
March/April 2018

Jesus, the Deepening River and the Blinding Light

By Mark R. Rushdoony

Jesus as the light of the world is also more than a beacon of hope in the dark. It is the nature of darkness that it must yield to light. Jesus is the light of the world, and, as the Spirit’s work increases to a mighty river, the light that is Jesus Christ is extending in time and history to the entire world.

The Bounds of Theonomy: A Critical Review of Dr. Joel McDurmon’s “The Bounds of Love”

By Martin G. Selbrede

The following should not be taken as an exhaustive list of potential objections to Dr. McDurmon’s thesis. They provide him the opportunity to interact with opposing data and to illustrate how well his model can negotiate the challenges being presented.

The Rock and the Hard Place

By Andrea G. Schwartz

If we posit that God’s Word is a faith for all of life, and the attendant faith involves application, then each situation we face may have difficult alternatives, but there will be a righteous one to choose.

Treason, Part 2 (Deuteronomy 13:12-18)

By R. J. Rushdoony

There are many churchmen who wish that texts like this one would disappear. Like Matthew Arnold, they want a religion of sweetness and light, not a strong and militant faith.

By Suzannah Rowntree

Most introductory resources, especially written from a Christian perspective, will tell you that slavery virtually disappeared in medieval Christendom.

By Martin G. Selbrede

This is the eighteenth—and final—article in our ongoing series covering the story of Christian physician Dr. Punyamurtula S. Kishore, whose extraordinary addiction medicine practice was destroyed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in September 2011. The film project inspired by this series—Hero In America—is in post-production and will soon see the light of day, covering aspects of the story only hinted at in this series. A companion book to the film, derived from the articles, is also planned.