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Quote, Suckled by a wolf

Quotation comes from There are religious people about, who, I have no doubt, were born of a woman, but they appear to have been suckled by a wolf . . . Some warlike men of this order have had power to found dynasties of thought; but human kindness and brotherly love consort better with(…)

Minimizing the gospel…

In what seems to be a life or death situation, some Reformed scholars have gone so far as to say that justification by faith is the gospel. You wouldn’t expect such language from reputable professors who are embedded with the tradition of Calvin and Luther. But they have become so opposed to unity that they(…)

Infallibility as Essential to Any System

In his first volume of Systematic Theology, Rousas J. Rushdoony describes the “inescapable concept” of infallibility. In any system of thought whether it be Marxism, Deism, or Romanism, the concept of infallibility cannot be avoided. For instance, in Rome’s case, their denial of the infallibility of Scriptures does not mean they no longer have an(…)

Another Soccer Tragedy…

* In another tragic weekend for Brazilian soccer, young Cristiano de Lima Junior died after scoring a winning goal in the Indian Soccer League. See Link This tragedy comes only one month after the death of Serginho from Sao Caetano who collapsed on the field and died. I recorded this distressing event on my blog(…)

The Sabbath and John Dewey

What on earth does Dewey have to do with the fourth commandment? The question should be rather: “What does God’s Holy Day have to do with the education of children?” In a certain sense, Dewey directed the attention of American education back to children (at least in public schools). John Dewey applied pragmatism (the idea(…)

Memo to Robert F. Kennedy

For those who have lately followed politics, you realize that liberals are in a great dilemma. They need to convince the nation that they are a religious people. Wow, what a task! But in order to do so they will have to re-write the Bible. Oh, let me give you a proof of this. Sandlin(…)