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Religious Liberty and Free Government in America

Religious Liberty and Free Government By Attorney General William P. Barr October 2019 Attorney General William P. Barr Delivers Remarks to the Law School and the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame: Thank … Continue reading

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Voluntary Investment: Compound-Interest Charity

Capitalist Investment: The Greatest Type of Charity C. Jay Engel In our time of rising socialistic rhetoric and indignation against those who have great levels of wealth, we also encounter the idea that the use of wealth for charitable purposes … Continue reading

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The DNC’s Resurrection of a Counterfeit Savior

The Liberation of the Demons By Ludwig von Mises The history of mankind is the history of ideas. For it is ideas, theories and doctrines that guide human action, determine the ultimate ends men aim at, and the choice of … Continue reading

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Missions, Culture, and Religion

Don’t Plant Churches, Build Covenant Communities Written by Bojidar Marinov A missionary to a Muslim nation recently wrote me that a great deal of the discussions within his missionary organization is devoted to the concept of “Insider Movements.” The term … Continue reading

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Rothbard’s Critique of Marx’s Philosophy

The Fantasy Behind Marx’s Historical Materialism By Murray N. Rothbard There is no place in his system where Marx is fuzzier or shakier than at its base: the concept of historical materialism, the key to the inevitable dialectic of history. … Continue reading

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A Reconsideration of Abortion and the Christian

Abortion and the Christian by John Frame At first glance, the question of abortion seems a fairly easy one for Christians to answer. The Bible forbids mur­der; abortion is murder; therefore, the Bible forbids abor­tion. At second glance, however, the … Continue reading

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Pentecost’s Power: Subversion and Victory

Cultural Subversion By P. Andrew Sandlin Because culture is religion externalized, every attempt to alter the structure and content of a culture constitutes a form of religious subversion. The ancient Greek philosophers were well aware of the possibility of cultural … Continue reading

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