With China up before the U.S. Congress for most-favored-nation tariff status next June, human rights are expected to be an issue. The formerly communistic regime is taking a bent towards capitalism. But the government is still totalitarian in many ways.…Read more
By Sergei Zavgorodny Editor’s preface: A decree passed by the Russian Parliament last summer restricts activities of western ministries in Russia. Yeltsin, though opposing the Supreme Council, did not veto this decree. The law is now valid, yet only arbitrarily…Read more
By Sergei Zavgorodny KIEV, Ukraine (FR) – One example of the proliferation of religious cults in the former USSR, is the “White Brethren,” a group which fuses certain tenets of Christianity with eastern religions such as Hare Krishna. Most of…Read more
By Dawson Lewis Reprinted from the South African Forerunner TODAY THE TRUE MESSAGE OF THE GOSPEL IS liberating people from every tribe and every tongue and every people group around the world. Here are a few of the many examples:…Read more
By Robert M. Metcalf Inflation – the continual, apparently never-ending rotting away of the value of our money – constitutes an enormous overhanging danger to our nation, to our civilization. Inflation has been a contributor in bringing down past civilizations.…Read more
“Do I not hate them, O LORD, that hate Thee?” (Psalm 139:21). This statement by David, as well as scores of others in Scripture, including several significant ones made by Paul, no doubt sounds strange – perhaps even offensive to…Read more
Today we have a situation where the civil magistrates will not uphold the law of God. At some point it may become necessary for Christians to institute a competitive government to bring lasting reformation. This would be similar to what…Read more
If I were given the ignoble task of subverting a culture, I have a fair idea of what my agenda would be. First, I would trivialize its religion. Since religion is an essential ingredient of culture (the word’s very root…Read more
The Church in our generation needs reformation, revival and constructive revolution…. There cannot be true revival unless there has been reformation; and reformation is not complete without revival. - Francis SchaefferRead more
Cornelius Van Til was a 20th century protégé of the Dutch Reformed theologian and president of the Netherlands, Abraham Kuyper. Van Til created a school of Christian apologetics and an ethical system based on Kuyperian presuppositionalism. Although Van Til had…Read more
The story of how one man’s spiritual convictions altered the course of history
The Forgotten Power of the Public Proclamation of the Gospel
The Book of Daniel in Preterist Perspective
A sweeping epic chronicling the rise and decline of Western thought and culture
The Model of Christian Liberty. This DVD includes “Dawn’s Early Light: A Brief History of America’s Christian Foundations” and bonus features.
Just what is Calvinism? Featuring many of the finest Reformed thinkers and pastors of our time.