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Monthly Archives: March 2010
It has been helpfully pointed out to me privately by a former Muscovite that Doug Wilson, as some variation of theocrat, is opposed to any kind of democracy that doesn’t explicitly acknowledge the Lordship of Christ over the nations. Just … Continue reading
I can’t be sure, but it seems that Doug Wilson thinks one can be disciplined for participating in a democracy: It may be lawful, under certain limited circumstances, to vote for a Republican without fear of lawful church discipline. It … Continue reading
Being a co-teacher of an adult Sunday School class this quarter on the Larger Catechism, I was confronted with the Hard Question of Rahab’s lying: sinful or not? As best as I can tell, Westminster does not address that question; … Continue reading
Today, however, things are quite different, and that for a host of reasons. The church in the West has largely abandoned serious catechesis as a normative practice. Among the more surprising of the factors that have contributed to this decline … Continue reading
Before and during the Civil War, Christians from both sides were convinced God was supporting their political cause. Here are some stories and quotes: 1861, In a baptist Church in Madison, WI., filled to overflowing, one large section of the congregation was … Continue reading