There is no lack of general agreement on the importance of and the necessity for the Biblical doctrine of submission. The differences, however, are great as to what it requires.
The word reform can have more than one meaning, a fact that has not been lost on politicians. Reform can refer to a mere change of form or it can refer to a removal of faults and abuses. Our political system is adept at the former and very slow and cumbersome when it deals with the latter.
It is uniquely adapted for either Christian professional or home schoolers in that it can be used with any Christian curriculum, by equipping the teacher with a philosophical command over the subject. In time, Chalcedon will publish Ron's series in separate installments as monographs. These will be of inestimable help to Christian teachers and home school parents.
Racial profiling is automatically considered a breach of justice in America. One of the highest priorities of the ACLU is to fight against what they call the outrageous practice of racial profiling.
It is hard to believe that a religion that inspires such hatred, murder, and wanton destruction perpetrated in the name of Allah, the Islamic god, is not ruled by Satan. Yet, we are supposed to believe that this religion is equal to Christianity and Judaism in its promotion of brotherly love and peace.
For the past twenty odd years (and some of them have been very odd), I have been writing and lecturing about the tragedy, futility and sheer insanity of the broad evangelical church in America.
"One ring to rule them, One ring to find them, One ring to bring them all in... And in the darkness bind them"
True postmillennial zeal promotes the primacy of the gospel. The Cross is foundational to God's eschatological victory; in fact, the Cross guarantees eschatological victory.
Does election apply to humans and equally to clones or other "manufactured" humans? Even posing the question is bizarre, isn't it?
The Christianity that gave us Magna Carta also gave us a much longer and more Biblical explanation of the Eighth Commandment. In the seventeenth century, Christians were struggling to define the Faith.
Today’s Christian graduate students, for many disciplines, have little choice other than to study at the modern-day equivalent of the University of Babylon. For those graduate students who want to pursue a career in academia, there is the additional difficulty of working in colleges and universities with intellectuals who believe the God of the Bible is, at best, an irrelevancy and, at worst, a stultifying influence on the progress of humanity.