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Aquinas's Theonomy (On Kingship 1.16)

Theonomy–literally “God’s law”–is, as the Wikipedia entry defines it, “a Christian form of government in which society is ruled by divine law. Theonomists hold that divine law, including the judicial laws of the Old Testament, should be observed by modern societies.” Although Aquinas was not himself a theonomist, believing that it was… 319 more words

The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood

Overall rating: 4/5

After I watched the television adaption of Margaret Atwood’s, The Handmaid’s Tale, I became very interested in her novel and bought it as soon as I could. 343 more words

Book Reviews

Review of T. David Gordon’s Tome in The Law is Not of Faith

Propositional Prose
I’ve been doing some reading on the current debate centered on natural law and Theonomic ethics. I don’t see why these two schools are so polarized, but I definitely think that they are capable of reconciliatory relations. 448 more words

What in the World (-w)?

If politicians or voters thought like this, wouldn’t the world be safer for theonomy?

The awareness that God acts in history in ways that we can only know in the context of our culturally determined experience should be central to a Christian understanding of history.

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PMW 2017-071 by Chris Hume (originally posted at Reformed Hope)

The Ten Commandments and the Moral Law of God

Whenever we begin to discuss the commandments of God, we would do well to ask ourselves the following question: Who is required to obey said laws? 1,198 more words



PMW 2017-064 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.


Postmillennialism expects a day when “the earth will open up and salvation bear fruit, and righteousness spring up with it” (Isa 45:8). 1,080 more words