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Reconstruction Debate

While I’m not a reconstructionist nor a dispensationalist, I did find this one to be an interesting debate. Some of these guys were pretty young when this took place.

Eschatology

An Eastern Orthodox Critique of Christian Reconstructionism/Theomony

Over at Orthodox-Reformed Bridge. Here’s a slice:

Christian Reconstructionism has been labeled “Neo-Calvinism,” a form of Dutch Calvinism initiated by Abraham Kuyper.  The beginning of its ideas can be traced to Kuyper’s 1898 Stone Lectures at Princeton Seminary where he spoke of the cultural mandate or “primordial sovereignty.”  In Lecture 3, “

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Christian Worldview

A Rioter and a Drunkard: A Look at Deuteronomy 21:18-21

It doesn’t take long for any discussion about God’s Law for society to focus upon specific case laws in the Old Testament. While parallel to the discussion of the… 2,083 more words

Biblical Christianity

GOD WILL NEVER HEAL AMERICA BECAUSE WE ARE NO LONGER A CHRISTIAN NATION

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This sermon excerpt was delivered by Dr. John Gerstner in Dr. Carl Bogue’s church in Akron, Ohio on 30 September 1990.  To listen to the sermon in its entirety click… 107 more words

Christianity

Is Theonomy the Answer?

Theonomy is a term many are unfamiliar with. While the concept has a rich history in biblical and Reformation thought, many modern-day Christians have never been exposed to a biblical understanding of it. 1,316 more words

Biblical Christianity

God's Law In Society

“All Christians must do whatever they can to facilitate the keeping of God’s law in his society. If the believer simply accepts the antinomian situation surrounding him without any recourse, he has willingly subordinated himself to the Satanic power and direction of that environment. 38 more words

Hermeneutics

TOWARD A CHRISTIAN AMERICA ...

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exercised the rights of sovereignty; they named their magistrates, concluded peace or declared war, made police regulations, and enacted laws as if their allegiance was due only to God.

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