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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

An Introduction to Christian Reconstruction

In the year 1962 there was no Christian Reconstruction movement. There was not even an outline thereof. Hitherto, the work of Dr. Rousas John Rushdoony had been, like his main influence Cornelius Van Til, primarily negative. 1,550 more words

Jonathan Character

"My kingdom is not of this world"

Jesus answered, My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: but now is my kingdom not from hence. 1,556 more words

Common Objections



My initial look at theonomy was sparked by hopeful dreams of our world actually being ruled by a biblical world view, dreams of my children actually growing up in a place where the leaders feared the Lord. 1,134 more words

Theonomy: logical fallacies used

There is a movement among the Reformed, usually found within covenant theology, called Theonomy. It is also called Christian Reconstructionism or Dominion Mandate. Those who try to propagate this movement will often use the same tell-tale tactics. 820 more words

Christian Living

Judgement Begins With the House of God

“If you genuinely care about the woman, you should do nice things for her, even if she doesn’t want a relationship.”

How many women would exploit that man and not feel bad about it? 277 more words


When Calvinists Impersonate Muslims

Why does this description of Islam sound familiar?

So I think ISIS is a wakeup call for all Muslims, especially Islamists who see no problem in mixing religion with politics.

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