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These comments on Sabbath observance are to be taken as expanding on the significance of our observation of Sabbath rest; they should not be taken as suggesting we should abandon it.
The reader should note that the two approaches (Foreman’s and my own) are not mutually exclusive, but simply cast light on the question…
One of the glaringly obvious facts of history is that theonomy doesn’t work … if by “work” you mean, has never produced a…
How often do professing believers ask themselves if they have truly given their entire heart, soul, and mind to Christ?
How Christians educate their children has become a matter of life and death for the future of Christianity. And one of the chief aims of the Christian Reconstruction movement has been to make…
In hindsight it seems inevitable that someone would eventually make a glamorous drama about the early life of Elizabeth II.
Biblical law takes less space than any modern law book and yet totally covers life. It governs not only our action, but also our words, thoughts, and attitudes.
I was thinking about how to review this book when I heard the news of a mass murder at a Baptist church in Texas.
The moral direction of God is found in God’s law-word. The personal direction for one’s life abides in the secret counsel of the Most High. But will God reveal it?
Four new books (and one older work) have come to our attention that would make worthwhile additions to your family’s theological library.