Ignoring Ethnic Hatred, Disregarding Church Authority, and the Future of Christendom

Christian Reconstructionists have a lot to say about justice, law, and impartiality, but if we pick and choose which injustices to oppose while embracing others, the rest of the Church will take note, and the world will take note too. How can we dare hold anti-abortion signs comparing various holocausts and then let a man who denies the Jewish holocaust teach the sheep?

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The Immigration Debate and the Hidden Root

There is a lot of talking past one another when Christians discuss immigration. This is not what I would call a unique problem with the subject matter, but immigration certainly seems to be, for many, a subject of particular consternation and frustration. Often, there is a great deal of emotionalism involved. Fears and anxieties based... Continue Reading →

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On “AHA” and how to not Free the States

Over the last several months friends of mine have asked me if I would still use the “AHA” symbol. There are some reasons for why I would and there are some reasons for why Iwouldn’t. AHA is a symbol that represents an ideology. AHA (abolish human abortion) is the “wrote-out” symbol that represents abolitionism. Abolitionism... Continue Reading →

In Defense of an Unsafe Justice

In a rather silly display, I’ve seen many “anti-social-justice-warriors” make statements effectively decrying the use of extra-Biblical adjectives. Proclamations along the lines of “we don’t need social-justice because we have justice!” and “the Bible doesn’t qualify justice” are all over blogs and social media. Not only is this bold anti-adjective stance nonsensical, but it is... Continue Reading →

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