The game of Monopoly debuted in 1935 during a time of financial recovery after a steep economic downturn called the Depression from which we’ve never really recovered since government intervention created the Depression and every economic downturn since. A similar game was developed by Elizabeth (Lizzie) J. Magie Phillips in 1903. The Landlord’s Game, as it was called, […]
The Bounds of Love: An Introduction to God’s Law of Liberty Master Table of Contents Action plans While we have established that the Great Commission is greater than most Christians have been taught, and we have emphasized the absolute necessity for the Holy Spirit’s power in any theonomic advance, we have also stressed that people […]
The results of a recent poll reveal once again the classic truism: socialism is a great idea until you run out of other people’s money. In this case, the socialistic Bernie Sanders supporters tell you up front: they want universal health care and free college, but they’re not willing to pay for it. Big shock, […]
Can economics be studied from a Christian perspective? Is there a distinctly biblical economics, or is the biblical approach to economic issues only one approach among many? Some might maintain that economics is a “neutral” enterprise where religion in general and Christianity in particular are irrelevant. This, however, is not the Christian view. Economics deals […]
Have you ever seen a documentary where the herd of zebras is at the river’s edge? The lions are behind them. The crocodiles are in front of them. What’s a wise zebra to do? Most of them wait. Then, without visible warning, they either run like mad or else plunge into the river. Sometimes the […]
Folks…I just heard one of the best sermons I’ve ever heard in my life. I was so convicted that I qustioned whether or not to write this blog, or spend the rest of the evening in prayer. Fortunately for you…I’m blogging! Dr. Gary North spoke this morning, (see my previous blog). Following him was Joel […]
Many Christians are still locked into the conviction that the Bible speaks to a very narrow slice of life. Of course, all Christians believe that the Bible has some very specific things to say about prayer, Bible reading, worship, and evangelism.