R.J. Rushdoony, Romans & Galatians, pg. 113

“[Paul] declares that the law as a whole is marked by holiness; it is the expression of God’s justice and will. It is just or righteous and it requires justice of us in order that we may live in freedom and prosperity. It is good, because it is be…

R.J. Rushdoony, Systematic Theology, pg. 1209

“Prayer, it must be noted, does involve at times a confession of guilt and a supplication of pardon, but a routine and formal confession in all prayers reduces praying to a meaningless routine. Thanksgiving too is essential to prayer, but not mere…

R.J. Rushdoony, The Sermon on the Mount pg. 70

The social consequences of debt include a covetous and inflationary society. When men spend prospective and still future earnings in the present, then, as the present passes, they are chained to their past spending by debt. Debt becomes a form of …

R.J. Rushdoony, By What Standard?, pg. 100

Instead of trying to prove the truth of Christianity to the unregenerate, it assumes its truth at the outset and then challenges the natural man by demonstrating that on his presuppositions nothing is true, nothing can be accounted for, and his ow…

R.J. Rushdoony, By What Standard?, pg. 14

[R]eason is not God and possesses no such authority. Its judgments are based on the tenuous, sinful, and subjective pre-suppositions of a creature and are neither grounded in being or in truth. Reason can only establish a connection with being and…

R.J. Rushdoony, By What Standard?, pg. 11

[I]n his starting point, method, and conclusion, man takes for granted his own ultimacy, insists on being his own god and interpreter, and as a result misinterprets all things, himself, the flowers of the field and the Almighty God.?????????Rushdoony, B…

Mans Desire: Autonomy

The basic issue…has not changed since Eden. The temptation of man is ???To be as God,??? knowing, that is, determining for himself what shall be good and what shall be evil. Man establishes his own law and decrees his own righteousness and is not bo…

“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