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Authority and Knowledge

Authority and Knowledge

By Rousas John Rushdoony

 When men discuss epistemology, it is their desire to be as “objective” and “scientific” as possible, and to convey the impression that theirs is a concern with conclusions open to all men by any fair standards. 3,005 more words


But the sky isn’t orange!?

When I was ten years old, it was an irrefutable fact: “Girls give you coodies. You just don’t want to get anywhere near them, because if you do … well … you’ll get coodies.” 2,916 more words


Why not let people believe what they want to believe?

Last week, the metaphors in my blog and the responses to it were flying thick. Alice ripping back the curtain to reveal the Wizard of Oz. 1,718 more words


Abuse the Bible - Part I - Bulldozing Jesus

What’s your relationship with the Gospel?

That was the question posed to my small group about a month ago.  We were given a limit of 300 words… 706 more words


Can We Trust the Bible? (Carnivore Theology: Ep. 29)

The 29th episode of “Carnivore Theology”.

Can We Trust the Bible?

Chad just got back from The Shepherd’s Conference and Biblical Innerancy Summit and it gives us the perfect excuse to ask some really important questions like: 172 more words


That Last Great Attachment

On the way to freedom all must face that Last Great Attachment and it is precisely here where they fail. Surreptitious and cunning that Last Great Attachment confers a sense of infallibility and omniscience upon its wearer. 166 more words


Tuesday, Second Week of Lent (St. Katharine Drexel)


Blessed St. Katherine Drexel’s Day!

You can find her story here.

Entrance Antiphon:
Here is a wise virgin, from among the number of the prudent, 192 more words

Lent 2015 (Year B)