Hallelujah! There’s a newly formed organization and a new online resource out now that is dedicated to promoting biblical Reformed theology and the rich pastoral and exegetical legacy of the late Rev. David H. Chilton. It is aptly named the Rev. David Harold Chilton Center for Reformed Theology. I wanted to bring it to your […]Read More A New Resource for Studying Reformed Theology and the Works of David Chilton
If you pull out a copy of R. J. Rushdoony’s seminal work, The Institutes of Biblical Law (vol. 1, especially)–that path-breaking, paradigm-shifting, pietism-slaying, antinomianism-busting book which essentially launched the Christian Reconstruction movement into orbit in 1973–and set it in front of your average evangelical, or even Reformed, Bible-believing Christian today, you’re liable to get one […]Read More So Why Do They Hate Rushdoony’s ‘Institutes of Biblical Law’ So Much?
If there is one book that I can honestly say took my nascent Reformed faith and shifted it into theological overdrive, it was R.J. Rushdoony’s Institutes of Biblical Law (1973, Craig Press). This single volume is considered by many to be Reconstructionism’s “founding document” and its most cogent, erudite statement of what it believes. When […]Read More Rock Your Worldview: The Institutes of Biblical Law
Does the Bible teach an Israel-Church distinction? Gary Demar says NO. Back when I cut my spiritual teeth as a fairly new Christian in the mid-1980s (when I was in my early 20s), dispensationalism and premillennialism were all the rage. In fact, in my Pentecostal-Fundamentalist world, they were running at a fever pitch. Books, tapes, […]Read More Israel and the Church: Two Sides of the Same Coin–or Two Different Coins?