The High Calling of Christian Motherhood
May 1999

The Family

By R. J. Rushdoony

In the twentieth century, we have seen three new observance days added to the Christian calendar: Mothers Day, Fathers Day, and, to a lesser degree, Childrens Day.

The Coup de Grace to Feminism

By P. Andrew Sandlin

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Making Known God's Truth

By Mark R. Rushdoony

Humanism is the worship of man. It is the belief that man is supreme and hence autonomous. It can lead to the extremes of anarchy, where every man is supreme, to statism, where the collective voice of men is supreme, or to many variations between the two.

Children as Instruments of Dominion

By Brian M. Abshire

God created man for dominion, to act as his vice-gerent over creation, governing and ruling it for his glory (Gen 1:28ff.). The Garden in Eden was a pilot project, begun by God but then entrusted to man to tend and care for. As Adam's family grew, they would have eventually moved out of the Garden, extending its beauty, harmony and order over the rest of the earth.

By Ellsworth McIntyre

I have spent a lifetime working with mothers, and I can assure you that a growing number of today's mothers are moral cripples. By their fruit, you can know them (Mt. 7:16). Their children come to me without any respect for authority, God or man.

By William O. Einwechter

The Christian woman as a housewife, looking diligently to the affairs of her family, was the standard in Puritan New England.

By Andrea G. Schwartz

Dorothy Ross Rushdoony, wife of R. J. Rushdoony, is an individual who has had a profound influence in my life and the lives of many Christian women.

By Joe Morecraft, III

Chalcedon Presbyterian Church in metropolitan Atlanta was born in the autumn of 1974 with only four or five families; and Joe Morecraft, III has been its minister since its beginning.

By Rebecca Morecraft

"Mama, where do dogs go when they die?" The troubled face of my eight-year old daughter pulls my attention away from dinner preparations as she attempts to disengage her new black Labrador puppy from her foot. There goes the shoe, the sock will soon follow, and Mercy will once again become Knox's unwilling "chew toy."

By Walter Lindsay

You may have heard that there's just not enough time for our society to avoid problems from Year-2000 bugs.

By Maureen Dahl

The joyous birth of my granddaughter, Julia, was the highlight of my years of experience with childbirth. God had prepared me during the last 20 years to direct my daughter's labor support and assist in the delivery.

By Tim Bailey

As I have grown up, I have at various times been interested in different careers.

By Steve M. Schlissel

We have shown, through a substantial representative sampling, that the regulativists attempt to bolster their position by appealing illegitimately to various texts.