We’re not there yet, but we seem to be getting there.
This new essay by Mark Rushdoony examines the insane turbulence of the era of history we’ve blundered into lately.
First they leave God’s laws behind; then they decide that they might as well be God, and dream up some new “laws,” new ways of deciding who’s good and who’s totally depraved and must be punished–by the state, of course.
All the rage in the streets, the confusion of justice with vengeance–it’s all part of “the death throes of humanism.” The beast is dying. It knows it’s dying, and it lashes out to hurt whoever it can.
Stand together, brethren.