The idea that the civil government should enforce the Ten Commandments and other Old Testament laws, like those that outlaw adultery and abortion, is repudiated by modern humanistic society. On this point, the Church and the atheists are in alliance.
Though this is a work of historical non-fiction, it reads like gripping historical fiction. It fascinates with its presentation of the drama surrounding the takeover of the most theologically rigorous — and one of the most visibly successful — Christian churches in the history of the Western world.
Christians ask “Is the world running down?”
That’s the conclusion that the second law of thermodynamics, adapted to the universe as a whole, would have you believe. Rather, that’s the inescapable implication of the fate of the universe that modern “atheistic” science has generally confessed faith in.
What does such an idea mean for Christianity?
This is the question Gary North directly addressed in his book Is The World Running Down: Crisis In The Christian Worldview. Continue reading
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