Rushdoony: ‘The Dark Ages Defined’

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The “Dark Ages”? Really?

R.J. Rushdoony wrote this timeless piece in 2001.

And what is the answer to the question he posed: If Christ is not our King, then how can He be our Savior?

Something to think about, indeed.

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2 responses to “Rushdoony: ‘The Dark Ages Defined’

  • Erlene Talbott

    He is certainly my king as well as Savior, master, my everything!

  • thewhiterabbit2016

    The date for this article is March 2001, and R. J. Rushdoony died on February 8, 2001. A fitting final article for the man who loved God’s Law more than anyone I know. Ironic, the “dark ages” were when Christianity was dominant, and “the enlightenment” was when humanism was dominant. It reminds me of a book I have titled “Upside Christians In an Upside Down World.”

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