Tag Archives: God’s law and the nations

Mike Cernovich Gives Up On Christianity As A Hope For The West – Is He Right?

In a recent Tweet, self-described “documentary filmmaker, best-selling author, and journalist” Mike Cernovich, also a skilled social media troll, had this to say about Christianity and Islam: “Christianity has given us a country where 11 year olds dance for adult men who throw dollars on the stage. “Christianity gave us a church that molested children and sold out their flock (Covington) to the left. “A moderated form of Islam is probably the West’s only hope.”   Predictably, many Christians were highly offended by the Tweet, and let […]

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Christianity’s Role in the Nations and States

To comprehend what the role of Christianity is in regard to the nations and the states, we have to first provide a definition of what they are in order to move forward with how Christianity should and is required to interact with both. Here’s a working definition from Hugh Seton-Watson on page 1 of his ‘Nations and States‘: “A state is a legal and political organization, with the power to require obedience and loyalty from its citizens. A nation is a community of people, whose members are […]

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Iran Arrests Even More Christians Than Usual During Christmas Holiday Season

It’s not unusal for Iran to increase the arrests of Christians during the Christmas holiday, as it’s done annually, probably to placate the dominant Muslim population. It could also be a response to worsening relations between the U.S. and Iran. Morning Star News said this: The current situation has been described by some as unprecedented. There are a huge number of arrests and detentions. The reason for the increase in arrests during Christmas is in order to limit the number of Iranians from responding to a boost […]

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My Latest Book: Making the Great Commission Great Again: Ship Antinomian Going Down

Over and over again I’ve seen or heard many sincere Christians quote what we call the Great Commission, almost always leaving out the major admonition that the nations were to be taught to know and observe all the commands Jesus taught His disciples, obviously including the moral laws revealed throughout all of the Bible. This has resulted in a weakening of the message of the gospel, which was always meant to go beyond individual salvation in and of itself, and expand to influence the entire world. My […]

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