Upcoming Debate and Other Events with American Vision

Upcoming Events

American Vision is pleased to announce several upcoming speaking engagements and events, beginning with a much anticipated debate: Debate over “Replacement Theology” Gary DeMar and Dr. Michael L. Brown June 13, 2015 @ 7:00 P.M. Hosted by: Imago Dei Christian Fellowship 8928 Beckett Road West Chester, OH 45069 http://imagodei.publishpath.com/ Gary DeMar will be engaging in […]

Spurgeon: Follow the Golden Rule in foreign policy

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Yesterday I was asked if I believe serving in the U.S. military is “sinful.” There is no absolute answer to this, since I fully believe that under certain conditions, war is justified. In such situations, military service is not only not sinful, it is generally expected of most able-bodied males ages 20 and up. This […]

Defending early American Theonomy from newly invented conspiracy theories


I was greatly enthused to introduce to you our new book, God’s Law and Government in America, a collection of three historic sermons in which prominent New England ministers call for Theonomy in the civil realm. You can read that intro here. That was Monday. On Tuesday I was informed that the Pulpit & Pen […]

God’s Law in the American Founding: another brand-new book from American Vision

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Introducing: a book of openly theonomic sermons from the American founding era. Let me be frank up-front: every Christian needs to read these sermons. Every Christian should read this book—especially every pastor, preacher, elder, statesman, teacher, every Christian working in the legal professions, and every law student. Whether as a stand-alone volume, or as a companion […]

Theonomy and regeneration

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Predictably, it has become now fashionable in certain quarters to repeat the “Judaizing” “legalism” charge against Theonomy, mainly through the use of mere contradiction or at best truncated quotations of us. While I write this with absolutely no expectation of stopping the mouths of the incorrigibly obstreperous, and this is old to many of our […]