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Voting for Theft and Redistribution is Immoral

Is Congress Committing ‘Legalized’ Theft? by Walter Williams February 2019 Frederic Bastiat, a French economist and member of the French National Assembly, lived from 1801 to 1850. He had great admiration for our country, except for our two faults — … Continue reading

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Jesus, the Welfare State, and Government Coercion

What Would Jesus Take? Dr. Joel McDurmon As things normally go in the world of professional talk, an off-hand comment by a conservative commentator has provided another occasion for a liberal pundit to make an idiot out of himself (please … Continue reading

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The Restoration and Fulfillment of Justice

Justice: Restoration and Fulfillment “The Direction of the Law” By Rousas John Rushdoony In order to understand biblical law, it is necessary to understand also certain basic characteristics of that law. First, certain broad premises or principles are declared. These … Continue reading

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The ‘Poverty and Justice Bible’ and False Prophets

The ‘Poverty and Justice Bible,’ beware of False Prophets By Gary DeMar The liberal folks at Sojourners have put together a Poverty and Justice Bible that’s being published by World Vision and Bible Society: “The publishers of the Poverty and Justice Bible went looking … Continue reading

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