Observing the Christian Sabbath

The following article was written after a discussion I had with a friend regarding the continuance of the Sabbath and the change to the first day of the week. This is merely an outline of my opinions and beleifs as I understand the Scriptures to t…

David Barrow, Slavery Examined

[I]t appears to me, that no human policy, or law, can be obligatory on rational creatures, that infringes the rights of conscience, or violates the laws of God. ???David Barrow, Slavery, Examined

David Barrow, Slavery Examined

What are all the laws of England and America, or even the laws of the Medes and Persians, when they are not founded in reason and justice, and are contradictory to the grand charter given to the human race by the God of the universe? ??? David Barro…

Wayne B. Holstad, Leviticus v. Leviathon, pg. 78

“Christian ethics never depart from the assumption that divine law, established though Creation and Scripture, is ideally to be the same as natural law. Because of man’s fallen nature, however, reconciliation of the natural will and God’s will is …

Hiram Bingham, A Residence of Twenty-One Years, pg. 279

The ministers of Christ are of course bound to instruct their flocks, not only in the doctrines of theology, and the poffers and promises of the Gospel, but in all the duties of a holy life, that they may know how they ought to walk and please God…

Theonomy In Sixty Seconds

Edward A. Powell, Tithing and Dominion, pg.66

“God’s Law is law in principle and, for this reason, cannot be set aside. If God were so disposed to set aside one principle of His Law, then He would not have sent His Son to be a propitiation for our sin. He simply would have set aside all of Hi…

“The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he shall reign forever and ever.”
—Revelation 11:15