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Love and Hate

Guest essay by R. J. Rushdoony In these days, when men are making a cure-all of love and demand total love of all things, the words of Scripture are a refreshing and healthy antidote. Jesus Christ, in speaking to the church of Ephesus, commended them because they hated what He hated: “But this thou hast, […]

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God and Taxes

Guest essay by Rousas J. Rushdoony Today, the Lordship of the triune God is being denied; the tithe is neglected; the power of statism is increasing, and taxation is compelling men to pay a rent for their property… Very little is said nowadays about the Biblical teaching on property and taxation, and with reason: we […]

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The Prince of Peace

Guest Essay by the late Rev. R.J. Rushdoony [The timeliness of this article from 45 years ago is remarkable!—ed.] Violent marches for peace are a common fact today. Our cities are being attacked, public buildings bombed, and the police assaulted by our modern peace lovers. Such peace as these men have to offer is another […]

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Statist Medicine

by R.J. Rushdoony (Although written in the middle of “The Cold War”, this article on government-sponsored medicine is relevant to the health-care debate going on today. –Ed.) An important book published recently is Alexander Podrabinek’s Punitive Medicine.1 The author is now serving a sentence of exile in Siberia. This is a careful and documented account […]

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