The Contribution of R. J. Rushdoony to Systematic Theology
May-June 2016

Rousas John Rushdoony: A Brief History, Part III “My Days on the Reservation”

By Mark R. Rushdoony

My father was a reader and a scholar. Hmis father’s constant encouragements, or just the natural up-welling of the information from his voracious reading, but his thinking very early led him to pursue more systematic study and plans to write.

Doctrine of Selective Depravity, Parts I-III

By R. J. Rushdoony

Humanism has usually preferred the doctrine of selective depravity, one of the most pernicious ideas ever propagated by man. According to the doctrine of selective depravity, most men are naturally good, but some men are diabolically evil.

How to Bury the Best Addiction Program Ever (14)

By Martin G. Selbrede

This is the fourteenth in a series of articles about addiction treatment pioneer Dr. Punyamurtula S. Kishore and his ongoing battle with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, which shut down his fifty-two clinics in late 2011, dramatically increasing the state’s death tolls due to opioid addiction.

The Contribution of Rousas John Rushdoony to Systematic Theology

By Joe Morecraft, III

I learned from Rushdoony that the Reformed Faith is not a mere collection of doctrines, unrelated to life. For the first time I saw the organic and systematic nature of Biblical/Reformed theology.

By Andrea G. Schwartz

We all begin life as fools and it is only by God’s grace and regeneration through the Holy Spirit that we gain the mind of Christ.

By Lee Duigon

I had some misgivings about reviewing such a book as this. I’m not a theologian. Who am I to evaluate what a scholar like John MacArthur says about the parables of Jesus?

By Andrea G. Schwartz

Too often in life, without openly acknowledging it, we all seek to have such “cards” in reserve and pull them out when it suits us. More than once during mentoring times with wives, I hear about husbands pulling out the “submission card” on them, virtually ending all discussion.

By Chalcedon

“Today the impotence and confusion of humanism is marked...wallowing in failure all over the world, in failure, but not in defeat, because there is no consistent Christian force to challenge and overthrow it.” ~ R. J. Rushdoony