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The Revolutionary Ideology
November/December 2011

The Revolutionary Ideology

By R. J. Rushdoony

The modern worldview carries within itself many contradictions. It views as the definitive institution of society, as the modern "church" as it were, the state, and an intellectual elite who, with scientific experts, come together to create the scientific socialist state. This state is, in terms of its philosophical premises, the voice of Reason, if not Reason incarnate.

Political Saviors

By R. J. Rushdoony

War between Christ and Caesar, the Christians and Rome, was thus inevitable. The state and its emperors claimed to offer salvation. The church declared only Christ does.

Judgment and Deliverance

By Mark R. Rushdoony

There are many once great cities that now lie in ruins, some of their histories completely lost to us, their armies, influence, and wealth now immaterial. Man proposes and God disposes. Not even the states of Israel and Judah were so important to God's purpose that He couldn't dissolve them and still accomplish His…

Rx for Turning America “Rightside Up” -- Part 1

By Buddy Hanson

This series looks to God's Word for His prescription on what we can do to stop living like non-Christians, and to begin living like Christians.

By Ian Hodge

In Part One I wrote about a workshop with church elders that highlighted the lack of planning. Part 2 is about implementation, but the implementation story is from another workshop I conducted with even better results.

By Andrea G. Schwartz

Why do modern parents tolerate the tantrums, rudeness, defiance, and rebellion of their children? Why do they pursue a policy of appeasement, often handling a defiant outburst with a piece of…

By Lee Duigon

The Second Mayflower—first published in 1994, and twice updated since—is Swanson’s metaphor for the future. As the Pilgrims set sail on the first Mayflower to found a Christian…