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Justice, The Bible, And The Modern World

By Dr. R. Scott Clark – Posted at The Heidelblog/ Office Hours:

Few questions heat up the Evangelical and Reformed worlds in North America quite as quickly as the question of how to relate biblical law to contemporary civil life. 45 more words

Biblical Viewpoint

Enemies on the Left, False Friends on the Right - Part 21

Freedom is not a gift bestowed upon us by other men, but a right that belongs to us by the laws of God and nature. 2,205 more words

Man's law vs God's law - It's a Riot

All eyes are on Baltimore, Maryland this week as dangerous riots have broken out this week in response to the death of Freddie Gray at the hands of the police. 783 more words


Theonomy, Christian Reconstruction, and the 1689

Junior over at The Confessing Baptist posted an article a couple of years ago that has recently become incredibly pertinent.  The primary question to be answered is: 201 more words

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Knowing Jesus Through the Old Testament

(The following is a book review of  Christopher Wright’s  Knowing Jesus Through the Old Testament.)

In the second century A.D., Marcion of Sinope was rightly declared a heretic for rejecting the Old Testament scripture and declaring that the New Testament had a different God than the Old. 5,185 more words


JD's Post-Debate Thoughts: Embers of a Dying Fire

For kindle, iPad, or audio versions of JD’s thoughts on the debate, click here.

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