Tag Archives: Theonomy

Book Review: The Institutes Of Biblical Law (Volume One)

The Institutes Of Biblical Law (Volume One) by Rousas John Rushdoony My feelings about Calvinism are not very hidden.  I’m pretty open about them, and the thoughts tend towards the negative [1].  This book, at 850 pages, is a good … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Institutes Of Biblical Law: Volume Three: The Intent Of The Law

The Institutes Of Biblical Law:  Volume Three:  The Intent Of The Law, by Rousas John Rushdoony Most books by Theonomist authors [1] tend to be somewhat long, but one of the things I have appreciated about this author is that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Law & Liberty

Law & Liberty, by Rousas John Rushdoony This book has an interesting history as part of the intensely prolific writings of this fairly typically prolific Theonomist writer.  Given originally as a series of radio addresses in the 1960’s, these books … Continue reading

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Book Review: Faith And Obedience: An Introduction To Biblical Law

Faith And Obedience:  An Introduction To Biblical Law, by Rousas John Rushdoony For quite some time [1] I have been familiar with the writings of many Theonomists, which is largely responsible for my somewhat dim view of the apologetic efforts … Continue reading

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Thesis And Antithesis, Or How Do We Get There From Here?

In my libraries in Florida and Oregon, I have a variety of books on Theonomy from mostly American Calvinists [1] that delight in presenting the ideals of God’s law and in desiring the application of biblical law and especially penalogy … Continue reading

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Book Review: God’s Unwelcome Recovery

God’s Unwelcome Recovery: Why The New Establishment Wants To Proclaim The Death Of Faith, by Sean Oliver-Dee [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Kregel Book Tours in exchange for an honest review.] In reading this book, it … Continue reading

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Book Review: Godonomics

Godonomics, by Chad Hovind [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Blogging For Books/Multnomah WaterBrook Press in exchange for an honest review.] Despite previous experience, I had hopes when I began reading this book that it would fulfill … Continue reading

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Punishment And Reward

I am currently reading a novel that will be reviewed soon on this blog (God willing) and the difference between its focus and the focus of many of my Calvinist acquaintances is worthy of some mention. Elsewhere I have commented … Continue reading

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The Lesser Of The Evils

There are many people (particularly those of a Calvinist mindset) who dislike the idea of choosing between two (or more) evils. We have no choice in the matter, though. Since no one is perfect, by definition every option of human … Continue reading

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A Little Green Monster

For a variety of reasons, not least of which is the reason that I have to teach the subject a fair amount, I have pondered the reasons for the existence of the little green monster known as jealousy or envy. … Continue reading

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