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Here in 200-pages is the handy-dandy exposition of Christian Reconstruction that you’ve been waiting for. Without exception, every published criticism of Christian Reconstruction and theonomy has grossly distorted or even lied outright about what Christian Reconstructionists believe. This is even true of some of the chapters in Westminster Theological Seminary’s book, Theonomy: A Reformed Critique. North and DeMar write to set the record straight. North’s half of the book is entitle “God’s Covenantal Kingdom,” and sets forth the foundational ideas of Christian Reconstruction. DeMar’s part is entitled “Questions Frequently Asked About Christian Reconstruction.”

Christian Reconstruction: What It Is, What It Isn't Reconstructionist Radio

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Here in 200-pages is the handy-dandy exposition of Christian Reconstruction that you’ve been waiting for. Without exception, every published criticism of Christian Reconstruction and theonomy has grossly distorted or even lied outright about what Christian Reconstructionists believe. This is even true of some of the chapters in Westminster Theological Seminary’s book, Theonomy: A Reformed Critique. North and DeMar write to set the record straight. North’s half of the book is entitle “God’s Covenantal Kingdom,” and sets forth the foundational ideas of Christian Reconstruction. DeMar’s part is entitled “Questions Frequently Asked About Christian Reconstruction.”

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