Uganda’s Christian President Shows the World How to ‘Reconstruct’ a Nation

Imagine an American president doing this at our nation’s 250th anniversary celebration of its independence from Great Britain. Uganda’s longtime president, Yoweri Museveni, a Christian, made history when, at his nation’s 50th anniversary celebration of its independence from Great Britain, he publicly offered a prayer of national repentance and confession, asking God’s forgiveness for his […]

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And Speaking of Being ‘Maligned and Misrepresented’…

Well, no sooner was the ink dried (digits uploaded) on Larry Ball’s article in The Aquila Report–about the thriving Christian Reconstructionist movement–than an opposing article appeared–reprinted from the critic’s blog–casting aspersions on Ball’s article and regurgitating some of the same old, misguided notions that critics have had for at least the last 39 years (since 1973) […]

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To Paraphrase Mark Twain, ‘The Reports of Christian Reconstructionism’s Death are Greatly Exaggerated!’

This appeared in The Aquila Report yesterday. It is not what anti-Reconstructionists wanted to hear.  But, in the opinion of the writer, a retired PCA teaching pastor, it is the truth. Like the liberty movement now taking shape, this movement will continue to flourish and spread despite the best efforts of the Christian church establishment […]

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“The Foundations of Social Order: Studies in the Creeds and Councils of the Early Church,” by R. J. Rushdoony

The Chalcedon Foundation has made a number of R. J. Rushdoony’s books available online for free. Several of them are considered classics in the annals of Christian Reconstruction. The Foundations of Social Order is one of them.  It was published in 1968. From the preface he wrote for the third edition, Rushdoony said: Christianity cannot be […]

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