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A man without self-control is like a city broken into and left without walls. – Proverbs 25:28

The most basic form of government is self-government. This is not the same as self-law, autonomy.

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I recently finished reading a book, “No Other Standard: Theonomy and its Critics” and have been thinking about it ever since. Theonomy is the belief, among some Christian theologians, that Moaic law, indeed all the laws in the Bible, should be followed to the letter. 450 more words


Sheologians is a new podcast and blog that has hit the Christian world and it is fantastic. No, it has nothing to do with sheol. It’s a play on words. 

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Worldly Agendas

What can we learn from Deuteronomic King for today?

I have been blown away with Deuteronomy’s discussion of Israel’s king.  First it anticipates a king arising out of Israel hundreds of years before it happened.   883 more words


When we vote we’re not voting anyone to be head of the church, but we are voting in a leader who is to lead under God as savior and king and who is to make his political decisions based on God’s revealed law alone as the source from which to rule. 541 more words

Civil Goverment

What is Civil Government for?

(At Crossroad Church, we have been working our way through 1st Peter during worship.  Starting in the second chapter of Peter, we have looked at the duty of Christians in dealing with various types of government.  6,804 more words


Rushdoony on Eminent Domain

“Eminent domain is a divine right. It belongs to God alone. The ‘right’ of the state to eminent domain has no place in Biblical Law. The state has a duty to protect man and his property, but not to tax or to confiscate it.” – R.J. 7 more words