Category Archives: Gary North

Inescapably Personal

If the universe is inescapably personal, then there can be no phenomenon or event in the creation which is independent from God. {Gary North, Genesis: The Dominion Covenant, 2}

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The Dominion Covenant

I have begun reading through some portions of Gary North’s first work on Genesis as I read through the biblical account of Genesis. In this 1982 commentary, North attempts  to offer a distinctly Christian view of economics. Going against the … Continue reading

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The Slippery Slope of Wealth Distribution

Demar and North discuss Grudem’s new book: “Politics According to the Bible.”

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Proverbs and Sleep

What type of sleep is Proverbs condemning in chapter 10: 5? According to Waltke, it refers to a “person in a state of sleep that is so deep, traumatic, and narcotic-like that he is totally unconscious of his surroundings.”  Gary … Continue reading

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Theology and Implications

Gary North writes that, “A shift in a civilization’s theology has implications far beyond the confines of the sanctuary and the study.” The economic impact in this nation comes decidedly from its theological presuppositions.  Can a nation live on borrowed capital … Continue reading

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Gary North on Sustaining the Protestant Ethic

The Bible affirms the temporal efficacy of hard work, thrift, and the other personal disciplines that we associate with the phrase, “the Protestant ethic.” But these virtues are not sufficient to produce the results hoped for by the wicked. In the language of … Continue reading

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What to say to a celebrity?

Gary North has always fascinated me. His writing style has influenced me greatly. Before I read Gary, I cared little about footnotes. After I read Gary, a typical 10 page paper will have an average of 3 footnotes per page. … Continue reading

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