Re: 'Theonomy' - alive and er...well...
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jason Robert
Schuiling" <jrschuiling@y...> wrote:
> I am not sure if I am justified in posting this here, I just ran
> across these sites in my perusing the Oh So Wide, World Web. My
> crawls thinking about some of the fruits of this movement. It isTim comments-If by reconstruction you mean that version of 'theonomy'
> almost too coincidental that it has all too often produced
> sentiments for full preterism, racism, slavery, polygamy and even
> anarchy. Yikes.
> Some of reconstructionism's stranger children:
brought back into theological discourse by Rushdoony and popularized
by Bahnsen, then none of the sites you mentioin would be
reconstruction's children. Influenced by theonomy, perhaps yes,
direct decendants no.