The "real world" -- an idea no longer of any use, not even a duty any longer -- an idea grown useless...a refuted idea: let us abolish it!
...they became futile in their understanding, and their foolish heart was darkened. Professing themselves to be wise they became fools...
The radical distinction between Christian and non-Christian thought demands an uncompromised apologetic.
The founding of the Scottish Church stands as a model of Biblical loyalty and courage in the face of tyranny.
Covenantal obligations would not allow a nation to play Messiah or violate painful obligations.
Those in the lucrative baby-killing industry use deceptions, rationalizations, and jokes to reconcile themselves to their genocidal profits.
Contrary to popular mythology, Puritan legal history has much to offer; and some unbiblical points to avoid.
Though non-Christians are intellectually impotent to counter racism, Scripture calls for color-blind individuals and institutions.
Biblical self and familial responsibility stand in stark contrast to a failing and coercive redistributionism.
Promise-keeping is the life-blood of Biblical practice, even when it hurts.
A brief case for Presbyterian government by Greg Bahnsen.
Two authors interact on the question of whether we are obligated to tithe on our net or gross income.
The Liability Revolution (17k)
by Peter Huber, reviewed by John McClendon
Christianity and the Nature of Science (11k)
by J.P. Moreland, reviewed by Douglas Jones
Notable truths, fallacies, and arrogances making the rounds.