Is the Parable of the Talents simply a morality tale about how we should use the gifts God gives us, or is it about something more? Could it be that Jesus is speaking about His Kingdom and what was about to come in a much more pointed way? The Parable of the Talents appears in Matthew 25—and […]
You’ve heard it said, “Joel McDurmon hath left Theonomy,” but I say unto you. . . . Well, you’ll just have to listen to this interview, won’t you? (see below!) The smoking hot, hard-hitting, profound, deep, humble, vast, multi-faceted, experienced, and all-round great Reconstructionist Radio network is among the most pleasant surprises I’ve witnessed over the […]
Guest post by Donald Soles, III *** One of today’s most insidious idols is called “pluralism.” This great compromise besets various Christian organizations and efforts, especially in areas of law and legal reform. Among its various forms, pluralism has emerged from the crucible of American jurisprudence as the Christian Legal Society’s golden calf. There is […]
Dr. McDurmon’s sermon on Acts 10 from last Sunday, June 5, 2016: “A Kingdom without Partiality.” Listen for some awesome biblical theology as well as powerful lessons about the church’s war against racism.
By Paul Dorr The Bible does not grant the civil magistrate an ownership interest in our private property. Yet, if we fail to pay property taxes, the Sheriff can auction it off to pay those taxes. This is called “ownership,” but it’s not ownership. It’s a means of social control. I’ve spent the last 35 […]
The following is an excerpt from Gary DeMar’s new book, The Gog and Magog End-Time Alliance: Israel, Russia, and Syria in Bible Prophecy, available now. ******************** One of the problems encountered by those who interpret Ezekiel 38 and 39 as a battle yet to be fought is that the weapons described are no longer used by […]