In the first part of this series, we covered the foundational worldview fallacy of humanism, or naturalism. We saw its inability to escape its own inner contradictions. In this part, we cover points two and three of covenantal thinking: representation and law. Here we will cover the logical fallout of human autonomy in these terms: […]
Worldview fallacies occur when people make false assumptions at the level of ultimate issues. In order to account for and justify all of human experience, we must acknowledge a self-authorizing, self-revealing, self-consistent Creator-God who Himself subsumes both unity and diversity within His own self-order. Human experience involves all of these characteristics, and yet no part […]
Every year, Christmas gets a drubbing by some Christians. Here’s one example sent to American Vision: Deuteronomy 12:30 says that God hates these things, and we are not to inquire of them to do like-wise unto the Lord. King Ahaz did this very thing, and paid for it, trying to bring something from a pagan […]
Often, the most difficult aspect of convincing Christians to get involved in politics is to convince them that though they are physically present, they are spiritually absent. This is not to say Christians in America aren’t involved in the political arena, but that they are waging war in that arena without God and disarmed of […]
Last week I wrote on the Planks of Communism as they have manifested in America. I have to admit that their manifestation is, in some cases, not total, but that they have begun to manifest should be almost as worrying. I ended the piece with the promise that this week I would reveal the surprising reason why Marx succeeded in America, and the Christian culture that let him in.