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What Would a Biblical Society Look Like Today?

“What a Theonomic Society Would Look Like” by Dr. Joel McDurmon Life and Liberty Life would have its utmost protection in a theonomic state. It would be protected both by the state and from the state. Murderers would be executed … Continue reading

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Reviewing Christianity in Nineteenth Century American Law

 Christianity in Nineteenth Century American Law “The Christian Life of the American Republic” By Steven Samson, Ph.D. The religious underpinnings of American political and legal institutions have been duly noted by legal scholars, historians, judges, politicians, and clergymen alike. Church … Continue reading

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Not Revolution but Regeneration…

The Heart of Christian Reconstruction By Rev. R.J. Rushdoony  God’s repeated test of the integrity of a people’s faith is their care for widows, orphans, and strangers, for those who are outside their normal realm of association. This is the … Continue reading

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A Proposed Model for Biblical Civil Government

The Biblical Model for Civil Government By William O. Einwechter There have been various attempts to set up a distinctly Christian civil government throughout the New Testament era. Some more recent endeavors have been that of Calvin in Geneva, Knox … Continue reading

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