It is almost self-evident that the approach of conscious Christians to modern public education in all its forms must be governed strictly by the guidelines of the Holy Scriptures. Most Christians recognize, in fact, that to assume the legitimacy of…Read more
Introduction For both friend and foe, for both the curious and the critical, I am setting forth in simple, brief, and clear terms what Reconstructionists believe. Some inquirers may want such a presentation of Reconstruction. And for the critics, we…Read more
Talk of the need for revival in the church is all the rage these days. I receive announcements of and invitations to conferences designed to incite a burden for revival in America (oddly, the spiritual state of the world at…Read more
Roots — Romanticism was an artistic phenomenon that spread over Europe in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. It affected different countries at different times and even influenced America by means of England. Romanticism in literature and other art forms was…Read more
When Thomist dispensationalist Norman Geisler during the Bill Moyers special on Reconstructionism stated that Christians want a moral nation, not a Christian nation,1 he was speaking in the vein of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, arguably the most influential political philosopher of…Read more
“For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God; Not of works, lest any man should boast. For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which…Read more
A Position Paper of the Ohio Center for Policy Studies Background The Christian wing of the pro-life movement, and specifically the subgroup known as Operation Rescue, stands at a crossroads. Reacting instinctively to the disastrous consequences of the Roe v.…Read more
How Should Christians Use the Franchise? A paper delivered to the Fall, 1994 meeting of the National Reform Association, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania I am setting forth in this presentation the steps leading to the conclusion at which I have arrived in…Read more
The word orthodoxy derives etymologically from the Greek expressions orthos meaning “straight” and doxa meaning “opinion”; in Greek, Latin and, later, the Germanic languages, it carried the clear ecclesiastical denotation of “right belief.“Each wing of the “traditional” pers…Read more
A sweeping epic chronicling the rise and decline of Western thought and culture
Ronald Reagan changed his view as a result of watching The Silent Scream – a movie he considered so powerful and convicting that he screened it at the White House.
Foundations in Biblical Orthodoxy
A Reasonable Response to Christian Postmodernism
Sixteen noted Christian leaders and scholars apply the Ten Commandments to American life.
Is there a connection between witchcraft, neo-paganism and the abortion industry?