Volume 1: Chapter 3: Sections 1-5

R.J. Rushdoony

Narrated By: Jason Sanchez
Book: R.J. Rushdoony’s Systematic Theology

1. Creation and Holiness
2. The Goodness of Creation
3. Creation and Providence
4. The Joy of Creation in Providence
5. Neoplatonism and Providence

“The Fall is not normative nor eternal, but God’s creative purpose is. To sing mournfully of change and decay is not godly. Change or time is God’s purpose for the development of His Kingdom and man’s exercise of dominion. It is in time that man is redeemed and re-orders his life and world in terms of God’s word. Decay is an aspect of the fall, but it also prepares the way for those things which can neither decay nor be shaken (Heb. 12:27-28)”
-R.J. Rushdoony
Systematic Theology
Volume I Chapter III Section 2 pg. 125


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