Monthly Archives: January 2008

Christians and Economics

In these last few years the shape of American politics has been overwhelmed with economic naiveté. Christians have been largely unresponsive to politicians who have economic awareness, but strongly favoring Christians who are socially conservative. This dichotomy is incomprehensible. The … Continue reading

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A Brief Study of Calvin’s Exposition of I John 1:9 and I John 2:2, Part 2

I John 2:2 The controversy over the extent of the atonement emerges in I John 2:2. The passage reads in context: “My little children, these things I write to you in order that you might not sin. But if anyone … Continue reading

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From the archives: To Unite or to Divide; this is the question

Editor’s Note: This article was first posted in December of 2004. Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia) is today one of the most well-known seminaries in the world. When J. Gresham Machen proposed a new seminary in 1929 (see Gary North’s analysis … Continue reading

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A Brief Study of Calvin’s Exposition of I John 1:9 and I John 2:2, Part 1

The great Reformed theologian of the 16th century, John Calvin, approximates the apex of Western Theology with his noble and insightful commentary series. In the distinct absence of the Revelation of Jesus Christ, penned by Saint John, Calvin wrote prolifically … Continue reading

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Fox News and Ron Paul

One of the first things Russian president Vladimir Putin did in his ruthless exercise of power was to drive media moguls in charge of the fairly new “free press” into exile and put his loyalists in charge of Russia’s fledgling … Continue reading

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A Repudiation of Bush/Cheney

A voter revolt in both parties turned Iowa’s presidential nominating caucuses on Thursday into a stunning repudiation of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney. Even within their own party, the president and vice president seem to have provoked such yearning … Continue reading

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McCain’s Flip-Flopping…

Thanks to Daily Kos. John McCain, January 3, 2008: Q: President Bush has talked about our staying in Iraq for 50 years –” (cut off by McCain) McCain: “Make it a hundred.” Q: “Is that …” (cut off) McCain: “We’ve … Continue reading

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LA Times: Ron Paul Revenge over Rudy Giuliani

An easily overlooked aspect of the Iowa caucuses — Ron Paul not only besting Rudy Giuliani, but doing so by more than 2-to-1 — sparked a trip down memory lane for us.

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Occupationalist John McCain: US Troops in Iraq for a hundred years

I have just coined a new term: occupationalist. This is one who desires to occupy every country in the world for the sake of establishing a presence or an empire overseas indeterminably. David Corn reports: After the event ended, I … Continue reading

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What is coming ahead at Ad Majorem…

I will be in Monroe, LA on the 7th-9th of January. In light of my absence I have posted two posts on Calvin’s exposition of I John 1:9 and I John 2:2. These two posts will appear on the website … Continue reading

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Two more drop out…

Chris Dodd and Joe Biden drop out of the race. They will be sorely missed by…

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Paul’s 10% and other thoughts

Paul’s 10% was not the glorious ending enthusiasts like myself expected, but on the other hand he reached the double digit number Fox said he would not reach. Will they still exclude him from the debate? Another interesting dimension of … Continue reading

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Ron Paul on the Rise…

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One Minute Political Commentary on Ron Paul and Freedom

Freedom for the secularists and Christians

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Ron Paul in 1988 on the war on drugs, government spending, welfare, and libertarianism

Only one update from 1988: Instead of being 2.6 trillion dollars in debt, the US is now 9 trillion dollars in debt.

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Another Democrat joins the rEVOLution…

I was one of those on that fence. Today I have decided to endorse Ron Paul for president of the United States.

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New Links…

Fred Thompson expected to drop out of the race after Iowa. Al Mohler to be nominated for SBC presidency.  The Side Affect of Universal Health care in Japan. My former professor Richard Pratt has been called by Independent Presbyterian Church … Continue reading

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Nick Gillespie explains Ron Paul’s foreign policy…

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Giuliani wants to declare war forever…

In Michael C. Desch’s long, but insightful article for the American Conservative, he details the vastly neo-conservative agenda surrounding the Giuliani campaign. He summarizes each prominent member of the advisory team on foreign affairs. Among them is the author of … Continue reading

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Go to Drudge Now…

On Drudge there are two prominent links that favor Ron Paul. The first talks about the new records reached by the gold standard. Yes, that ancient commodity that never loses its value. Thank you Dr. Paul for teaching us about … Continue reading

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The Dark Horse?

Writes Phyllis Schlafly: Could Republicans be so divided going into the 2008 Convention that a dark horse could win the nomination? This campaign is shaping up to a remarkable end. The dark horse Ron Paul may surprise on Thursday with … Continue reading

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Is Dawkins a Cultural Christian? By Dinesh D’Souza

Asked by a British member of Parliament if he is one of those atheists who wants to get rid of Christian symbols especially during the Christmas season, atheist Richard Dawkins replied that he is not. Dawkins said that he himself … Continue reading

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Covenant News on Ron Paul’s Right to Life Ammendment…

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA — Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ron Paul, an OB/GYN who has delivered over 4,000 babies, issued the following statement in support of state efforts to pass “Right to Life” amendments: “The right of an innocent, unborn child to … Continue reading

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