The Abolition of the Clergy/Laity Divide

The Abolition of the Clergy/Laity Divide

Posted on January 10, 2020

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Instead of one pope in Rome, now we have thousands of popes in centrally planned religious government buildings on every corner. Joe Salant takes aim at the collectivist sham that Christianity provides a special Politburo of ecclesiastical masterminds to occupy the “clergy class” over and above the plebes in the pews, shows how this age-old idolatrous pagan hierarchical view has stunted the growth and potential of the priesthood of all believers, and calls for the abolition of the clergy/laity divide once and for all.


Ruler of the Nations: Biblical Principles for Government

Posted on January 4, 2021

Written by Gary DeMar

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Does the Bible have answers for the complex problems of modern civil government? Yes. Absolutely.

Scandal ridden and conspiracy laden, our entire government system is in trouble. From the court house to the White House, the government of our land has been crippled with corruption, bureaucratic red tape, and political finagling.

Many constitutional experts fear that if the system does not soon recover it’s integrity – and thus the confidence of it’s citizenry – it will not survive to the end of this century. But they have little or no idea how to correct that integrity. They don’t have the answers. But the Bible does.

In this volume of the ground-breaking Biblical Blueprint Series, Gary DeMar outlines specifically what those answers are. He shows us how we can regain the greatness of the American system.

The Bible tells us what to do, when, where, how, and why. It offers us a “blueprint” for civil stability, Ruler of the Nations, lays out that “blueprint” simply, practically, and understandingly.

Justice Defined

Justice Defined

Posted on November 7, 2020

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Dr. James L. Sauer has been a prolific writer about defining justice in Biblical terms. He joins us on this podcast to discuss God’s Justice and how it is distinguished from social justice as it is currently defined. 

His writings can be found at The Touchstone Magazine, Christianity and Literature , and The Christian Librarian

One of his older articles was recently re-published at Chalcedon entitled “The Myth of Social Justice.”