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God's Law or Chaos
God's Law or Tyranny
God's Law or God's Judgment

Millions of Christians, sadly, have not recognized the continuing authority of God's law or its many applications to modern society. They have thereby reaped the whirlwind: cultural and intellectual impotence. They have surrendered this world to the devil. They have implicitly denied the power of the death and resurrection of Christ. They have served as footstools of the enemies of God. But humanism's free ride is coming to an end. This journal serves as an introduction to this woefully neglected topic.

Journal Contents       volume 8 // number 15           1998
 
Theological issues:
The Entire Bible, Our Standard Today
by Greg L. Bahnsen, Th.M., Ph.D.
Christians and the State Part I
by Rev. Steve Wilkins
Christians and the State Part II
by Rev. Steve Wilkins
Thoughts on the Puritans' Worldview,
by Jay Banks
A Quiz For Your Arminian Friends,
by Jay Banks
When a Politician Asks For Your Support
by Carol Fort
Worth Repeating
Some quotes worth taking a look at
Political Issues:
God is Sovereign, Not the State
by Carol Fort
Thoughts on the GOP,
by P.J. Byrnes
Digging up Dean Acheson,
by John F. McManus
Population Control in Practice,
by William P. Hoar
Conserted Action Letter Writing
September issues to take action on
(updated monthly)

Basic Dictionary of Theological Terms

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