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Articles Written By Bill Heid

Advent In Space And Time

Advent In Space And Time

“After all, nitpicking the timeline of Xena: Warrior Princess is the surest way to madness.” Chris Sims on the Xena Christmas Special (2015)   “Chronological Bible teaching presents a foundation for understanding Jesus’ death and resurrection”           ...

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Mary’s Song

Mary’s Song

It is not the proud or the mighty or the rich who have the last word.  Indeed, through his Messiah, God is about to over throw all these. —Leon Morris, The Gospel According to Luke  The Bible as History When ...

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Time For A New American Thanksgiving

Time For A New American Thanksgiving

With President Obama and the Clintons now dust in the wind, what do Americans need more than anything else to “reboot” this great nation? What’s the secret sauce that could get us going again and make the biggest difference at ...

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Romanticism And Social Change

Romanticism And Social Change

The biblical worldview is not a fairy-tale, or romantic perfectionism, but a realistic appraisal of men with their sins and shortcomings. David Chilton, Productive Christians (1981) The true Romantic always assumes his own innocence. He believes his heart and will ...

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The Structures Of Liberty

The Structures Of Liberty

It then belongs to princes to know how far they may extend their authority, and to subjects in what they may obey them . . . .   —Junius Brutus, A Defense of Liberty Against Tyrants (1579) Temporal authority is ...

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Christmas and Revolutions

Christmas and Revolutions

Godly men are not revolutionists: the Lord’s way is regeneration, not revolution. —Rousas J. Rushdoony Philosophy of the Christian Curriculum Herod and the Magi Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, ...

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The Economics Of The Fall

The Economics Of The Fall

As you can see, the fact of man’s evil nature bears on both the positive and normative aspects of economics.   —Tom Rose, Economics:  Principles and Policy (1996) If we discard the law, we are left to wander aimlessly, with ...

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The Pilgrim ‘Survival Secret’

The Pilgrim ‘Survival Secret’

One of the things I admire most about the Pilgrims is that they really were a thankful people. We all know the story of the first Thanksgiving … or do we? The Thanksgiving Americans are celebrating today provides but a ...

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Changing Culture By Tithing

Changing Culture By Tithing

Christians are only giving at 2.5 percent per capita, while during the Great Depression they gave at a 3.3 percent rate. —Mike Holmes, “What Would Happen if the Church Tithed?” (2013)  The Bible sets forth tithing as the principal means ...

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