Growing up as a new Christian, I learned a lot in a short period of time. Most of which I learned from reading the Bible. Seriously. 916 more words
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The Relevance of the Theocracy: The bearing of Old Testament practices on some modern problems
By Meredith Kline
(Originally posted at http://www.meredithkline.com/files/articles/Presbyterian-Guardian-February-16-1953.pdf)
More than is generally recognized, the answers to some live questions facing the Christian today depend on a right view of some “dead” Old Testament history. 1,756 more words
Proto-Protestant supplies perspective.
First, Anabaptists are out:
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Westminster West’s Two Kingdom theology breaks at points with the Lutheran variety and is certainly somewhat hostile to Theonomy and yet its retention of Kuyperian Dominionism places it much closer to the Lutheran and Theonomist understandings of the Kingdom than it does to the Anabaptist.
In Revolt Against Maturity, R.J. Rushdoony offers a penetrating cultural analysis that frames political and social action in terms of the doctrine of regeneration. He argues there are two primary opinions about why things seem screwy in our world: 310 more words