Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Right to Lie?

The Right to Lie? By Rev. R.J. Rushdoony In recent years, various federal officials have either stated or acted on their belief in the “right” of the federal government to lie to its citizens. Some people, shocked by these statements, … Continue reading

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The Right to Annoy People

The Right to Annoy People: In Defense of Fundamentalism by Theodore Plantinga Philosophy professors are supposed to talk about truth. Or, if that claim sounds too bold to you, let me suggest that their job is to shed light on … Continue reading

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Thieves’ Paradise

Thieves’ Paradise By Rev. R.J. Rushdoony Supposing we want to create a social order for the welfare of thieves and for their security, how shall we do it? The world must be made safe for stealing and for thieves, of … Continue reading

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Worldview Writers and God’s Law

Worldview Writers and God’s Law By Gary DeMar Students at Reformed Theological Seminary, where I was a student from 1974 to 1979, who were interested in worldview thinking first were directed to Abraham Kuyper’s 1898 Lectures on Calvinism. It was … Continue reading

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An Unorthodox Orthodoxy or Just False Teaching?

Does Hegel’s Philosophy Fall within the Bounds of Orthodox Christianity? By Franklin E .Payne One of the great debates concerning Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831) is the extent to which his philosophy is coherent with various aspects of orthodox Christianity, … Continue reading

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Bahnsen’s Reply to Geisler on Christian Reconstructionism

  “What Kind of Morality Should We Legislate?” By Dr. Greg Bahnsen To the surprise of the secularists all around us, the 1980s have demonstrated that bible-believing Christians expect to have a voice in the political arena. In the 1960s … Continue reading

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How Scientific is our Science?

How scientific is our science? by Dominic Statham   According to Jonah Lehrer,1 there is a serious problem with much of our scientific research—the ‘decline effect’. Increasingly, many ‘well-established facts’ are coming into question. Despite the original data sets indicating … Continue reading

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