There are anarchists (or voluntarists), such as myself, that hold to a voluntary view of civil government based off of Theonomic Law, reason, and utility. I, as an voluntarist and Theonomist (sometimes the same people but certainly not always), however, am not opposed to using and participating in institutions that currently do not match our […]Read more "Is Working With The State Serving Two Masters?"
In the fight against the abortion holocaust we must unite according to the Gospel. Not ecclesiology and not tactics. Theology matters. How much Theology matters also matters. We should consider first things first. Above all other things, we should be for Christ and His Kingdom. Abolitionism (as in the worldview/ideology) has always affirmed the importance […]Read more "The Altar of Ecclesiastical Idolatry"
In the immigration debate there seems to be a lot of talking past one another. There’s also a lot of talk that’s essentially a reliance upon an utilitarianism; ie, my immigration policy is right because it fixes a perceived problem. And then there’s a lot of talk about why the utility of the proposed immigration […]Read more "The Immigration Debate and the Hidden Root"
I fully affirm Biblical eldership and authority. When we make such statements, however, we must define our terms. “Authority” defined by one person may be Biblical, while to another the same definition may be tyrannical. Overly-simplistic statements such as “this angry person rejects authority” or “those ornery neo-Recons hate elders” are not only fallacious and […]Read more "Biblical Authority and the Negative Concept of Law"
There is an intense debate on ecclesiology going on in Reconstructionist circles, but the rhetoric seems more intense than the substance in many cases. In some ways this debate is similar to previous intramural debates within the community. In other ways it is not. One difference is that this time around we have platforms such […]Read more "Flaming Ecclesiological Straw Men"
Our first duty before God is the governance of our own selves. Our first duty is repentance of personal sins and to live holy in our daily lives. No amount of good parenting, discipling others in your local fellowship, or social activism makes up for secret personal sin, nor can we reasonably expect God to […]Read more "Foundations Are Laid First"
Abolitionism is not a more radical, Protestantized, immediatist, form of prolifeism. It is so much more than that. Many have become involved in this movement or interested in this movement because of abolitionism’s stance against regulationism. They are drawn to the uncompromised rhetoric, our bold critiquing of the failed Prolife Industrial Complex, and our obvious […]Read more "Faux Obligation and Faux Abolitionism"