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Family Culture vs. Pop CulturePremium Content

by Israel Wayne

Although it is never objectively accurate to say that a certain time period was "the good old days," there are many positive values that our society has lost in the past 150 years. One of the most tragic of these losses was the disintegration of the family culture, and especially multi-generational connections and legacies.

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The Redefinition of Marriage: An Exercise in Moral and Cultural Suicide

In 1993, Sen. Daniel P. Moynihan (D- N.Y.) published "Defining Deviancy Down ." Moynihan started from Emile Durkheim's proposition that there is a limit to the amount of deviant behavior any community can "'afford to recognize' and that, accordingly, we have been re-defining deviancy so as to exempt much conduct previously stigmatized, and also quietly raising the 'normal' level in categories where behavior is now abnormal by any earlier standard. This redefining has evoked fierce resistance from defenders of ‘old' standards, and accounts for much of the present 'cultural war. . .

Liberty vs. Toleration

by Rousas J. Rushdoony

One of the areas of profound ignorance today is religious liberty and the meaning thereof. The common pattern throughout history, including in the Roman Empire, has been religious toleration, a very different thing. In religious toleration, the state is paramount, and, in every sphere, its powers are totalitarian. The state is the sovereign or lord, the supreme religious entity and power. The state decrees what and who can exist, and it establishes the terms of existence. The state reserves the power to license and tolerate one or more religions upon its own conditions and subject to state controls, regulation, and supervision.

What is Wrong? What is Right? Premium Content

Is there such a thing as the Truth? Absolutes? True morality and ethics?

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Biblical Perspective on the Mind-Body Problem (Part 1)Premium Content

What is the relationship between the mind, spirit and body?

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What is Truth? A Biblical PerspectivePremium Content

Many a professing Christian's theology is no deeper than the latest evangelical cliché. Truth is one term that has suffered sorely. We are told that "All truth is God's truth" and that we must "integrate faith with learning."The notion that God has two bodies of "truth" (special revelation in His Son and His Word)and "natural revelation" that are equally authoritative and necessary for godly living is especially pernicious. I think few people have actually considered the biblical notion of truth.

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The Scriptures on AbortionPremium Content

What do the Scriptures have to say about abortion?

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Am I a Murderer?Premium Content

An obstetrician discusses abortion.

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The Physician, The Pastor, Psychotherapy, and CounselingPremium Content

A thorough discussion of the role of physicians and pastors in psychotherapy and counseling from a Biblical perspective.

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