Daily Archives: November 29, 2010

Book Review and Musing on: The Foundations of Christian Scholarship

Today I would like to make a combination book review and musing on the Theonomic approach to Christian scholarship, so that those who lack the inclination to read books like this may still ponder and participate in the struggle to … Continue reading

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Somaliland’s Quid Pro Quo

Some recent developments between Somaliland and other nations, including China and Denmark, would seem to indicate that Somaliland’s economic potential and stable political and legal environment has not gone unnoticed in the global sphere.  It would therefore be worthwhile to … Continue reading

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Abraham Lincoln, Democracy, Despotism, and the Two Trees

Today I would like to make a commentary on part of Abraham Lincoln’s Peoria Speech as well as the prescient comments on that speech by Harry Jaffa, found on pages 305 and 306 of his magisterial work, Crisis of the … Continue reading

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