The Chariots of Prophetic Fire

There is a marked resemblance between our time and that of Elijah and Elisha. Theirs was a time of judgment; ours is as well. But there is a deeper resemblance. Their day was an age of syncretism, of radical compromise between the worship of the Lord and Baal worship. The two had been blended together to make one religion, so that a refusal to see the necessity for uncompromising religion marked Israel.

In Chariots of Prophetic Fire, R. J. Rushdoony challenges the Church of our day to resist compromise and the temptation of expediency, and realize that the power today does not lie in politics or governments but in God’s men of faith.

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Chapters

Opening Credits

  1. The Living God
  2. Baalism and the Lord
  3. The School of the Prophet
  4. The Summons
  5. The Audience and Trial
  6. The Shaking and Judgment Begin
  7. The Servant Son
  8. The Arrogance of Power
  9. Dispossession
  10. The Death of Ahab
  11. The Judgments of the Lord
  12. Why Peoples Perish
  13. The Charge of Impotence
  14. The Lost Victory
  15. The Honor of God
  16. God’s Survivors
  17. Miracles
  18. The Practical Faith
  19. Leprous Wealth
  20. The Lost Axe Head
  21. The Army on the Mountains
  22. Miracle Outside the Walls
  23. The Nameless King
  24. Expediency
  25. Jehu and Jezebel
  26. The Fear of Victory

Closing Credits

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Product Contains210 MB & 173 MB zip files
Media Length5 hrs and 21 mins
TopicsBiblical Commentary, Culture , Justice, Major Prophets, Old Testament History, Statism

About the author

R. J. Rushdoony

Rev. R.J. Rushdoony (1916–2001), was a leading theologian, church/state expert, and author of numerous works on the application of Biblical law to society. He started the Chalcedon Foundation in 1965. His Institutes of Biblical Law (1973) began the contemporary theonomy movement which posits the validity of Biblical law as God’s standard of obedience for all. He therefore saw God’s law as the basis of the modern Christian response to the cultural decline, one he attributed to the church’s false view of God’s law being opposed to His grace. This broad Christian response he described as “Christian Reconstruction.” He is credited with igniting the modern Christian school and homeschooling movements in the mid to late 20th century. He also traveled extensively lecturing and serving as an expert witness in numerous court cases regarding religious liberty. Many ministry and educational efforts that continue today, took their philosophical and Biblical roots from his lectures and books.

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