‘Theonomy vs. Tyranny’

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“Theonomy” is not a word a lot of us use in daily life. But it means “God’s law,” and that’s something that very much ought to pertain to daily life.

Because the alternative is to succumb to tyranny.

https://chalcedon.edu/resources/articles/theonomy-vs-tyranny

R.J. Rushdoony wrote this essay long before anyone ever heard of the Wuhan Death Virus From China, misgendering or microaggression, and a host of other evils that our worldly masters have visited on us.

But say “God’s law,” and you’re more than likely to get a hysterical reaction and your hearers will stop up their ears and go stampeding back to the Democrat Party to be taken care of.

But as the wisdom of God, personified, says in Proverbs 8:36, “All they that hate me love death.”

Bullseye.

2 comments on “‘Theonomy vs. Tyranny’

  1. What a contradiction to have man’s laws running a church instead of God’s Law-Word. Yes, Rushdoony is right when he says Jesus is our Law Giver. The 10 Commandments encapsulate all of God’s law – they are not recommendations.

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