Magazine
The Lord Will Perfect That Which Concerneth Me
November/December 2010

The Virgin Birth and History

By R. J. Rushdoony

Few things are more staggering than the audacity of unbelief. The atheist hates God; therefore, there is no God; he finds miracles an offense; therefore, by definition miracles are an impossibility.

What Kind of Son Are You?

By Mark R. Rushdoony

Biblical accounts are often understood in terms of how we were told them as children. I can remember more than a few recitations of the story of the calling of Elisha by the prophet Elijah (1 Kings 19:19-21).

The Lord Will Perfect That Which Concerneth Me: The Work of Rousas John Rushdoony

By Michael McVicar

A scholar's overview of the life and philosophy of R. J. Rushdoony

Freedom: The Lost Tool of Evangelism

By Bojidar Marinov

The law of God—the same law that Jesus said He came to fulfill—certainly had many provisions for freedom, both from slavery and from unjust government oppression.

By Andrea G. Schwartz

Only when all areas of life and thought are examined within the context of Scripture will we be able to discern between truth and falsehoods and unearth errors in our thinking. This examination needs to be systematic if we are going to advance the Kingdom of God on His terms.

By Lee Duigon

The church in America has not reached the point of completely forgetting the Word of God, but according to a new report by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, we may be on our way.

By Rebecca Morecraft

My dear young reader, I want to take a moment to explain why I think reading Augustine of Hippo can be so important to your spiritual and intellectual development. This article is going to stretch your mind a little, so keep a notebook and dictionary close at hand.