Outside of the Bible itself, no other literature or writer is referred to more in Rushdoony’s writings than his mentor, Dr. Cornelius Van Til. It’s difficult to estimate the importance of Van Til on Rushdoony, but as their personal history shows, Rushdoony was more than a student of Van Til. He was a defender of the Dutchman, a colleague, and one of the most prolific expounders of applied presuppositionalism.
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Christians should become teachers because dedicated religious Humanists are systematically using subversive language and tactics to undermine the religious convictions of children and society. Their goal is to purge Christian doctrines from man and society and instill in man and society new Humanistic doctrines of morality that are to be the new foundation for both man and society.
Christian communities are raising children that seem not to have a desire or urge to get married, do not attempt to make themselves attractive to the opposite sex, and act as if they do not want to have sexual relations with a spouse or start a family. Is this a good thing, or is it destructive of the family and Christianity?
In this 128th episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, Andrea interviews Gabe Rench of Cross Politic, who recounts the circumstances of his arrest in 2020 for singing Psalms in public, and shares his "Courage Begets Courage" philosophy.
Pastor Mark Robinette shares his experiences and insights from his missionary work with believers in Myanmar (Burma), in this 127th episode of the Out of the Question Podcast.
In episode #126 of the Out of the Question Podcast. Andrea interviews serial entrepreneur and homeschooling mom Leah McHenry, and discusses the principles that shaped her successes.
In episode #125 of the Out of the Question Podcast, Andrea is joined by Rob Monster (Epik) who has created alternative platforms to combat politically driven efforts to shut down free speech.
Dr. Roger Schultz, Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences at Liberty University, joins Andrea Schwartz for episode #124 of the Out of the Question Podcast.
Sharing the Gospel when there is not alot of time -- Under 15 minutes.
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B is for Biology: How Humanism perverts facts and is harmful to your child.
Christians should become teachers because there is a deliberate and organized effort to replace the most basic facts about man’s biology with a fictional reality that exists only in the imagination of religious radical Humanists. This distortion of the truth about man and his being leads to confusion, fear, and destructive long-term life decisions that can...
In episode #123 of the Out of the Question Podcast, Chalcedon President, Mark Rushdoony, joins Andrea Schwartz for an enlightening look into the neglected but crucial aspects of a good education—especially a Christian education. What’s the best way for children and adults to learn? How do phonics compare to sight reading? Is there a problem with current grade system? Why modern education is a poor education.
Check out this great conversation with an agnostic about why Christianity must be true and how he can be saved by Jesus.
In this podcast, we will discuss advancing Justice in the Kingdom in the realm of politics with Dr. Richard Knodel. Dr. Knodel is the the author of the book Lifestyle: A Biblical/Philosophical Study of Christianity and the Culture it Produces. In that book, Dr. Knodel shows how God Himself established culture in the Creation. Dr. Knodel's book can be found here.
In this interview, we will be exploring this in the context of t...
In episode #122 of the Out of the Question Podcast, Bill Evans, (aka the Truck Driver Theologian), talks about how he uses his time and resources to further the Kingdom of God.
Can you earn your place in Heaven?
Godly dominion and Christian Reconstruction are not a “work of the flesh,” where men presume to be able to usher in the Kingdom of God through their own works, political action, or any other humanistic means.
It is the Holy Spirit who is at work in our own lives, homes, churches, and more in order to enable us to apply our faith and obey God’s commandments.
In this episode of the Chalcedon Podcast, we discuss the importance of th...
Pragmatism in Worship: Are we allowed to do whatever we want in the worship of God? Can we worship him in any way we want as long as it is not expressly forbidden? What is the regulative principle of worship?