PMT 2016-029 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.
I often receive queries from folks who are thinking through the issue relative to the postmillennial hope. Though not all postmillennialists are theonomic, I am. 1,026 more words
Presidential candidate Donald Trump rarely says anything I find substantive, but on March 30 he managed as much — only to recant it hours later, but that’s another story — when he was asked by CNN’s Chris Matthews if women who seek abortions should be subject to “some form of punishment,” if and when the procedure is banned in the United States. 1,360 more words
Is the visible church part of the temporal order? The spirituality-of-the-church answer would suggest that because the church is inherently a spiritual institution with spiritual means for spiritual ends, then it is not part of the authority in charge of temporal affairs. 581 more words
Joe Carter wrote an article today for TGC responding to Donald Trump’s recent statements on how there should be consequences for a woman who has an abortion, if the practice were to be outlawed. 1,100 more words