In a previous article, I discussed how Christians and non-Christians originally agreed on a common framework for the establishment of a government for the United States at its founding, which was built on natural law. However, the non-Christians, who embraced a more naturalistic worldview, began chipping away at this foundation almost from the beginning.
This effort began as the Unitarians of the day proposed and worked to establish government-run systems of common schooling
In a previous article, I introduced the concept of sphere sovereignty and discussed the role of natural law. This Christian social thought played an important role in the American founding.
Have you recently heard the phrase, “follow the science?” Good theology and good science are never in conflict, but we must keep them in proper priority.
Foundational issues are those that define the “watersheds” for our lives and our cultures. Dr. Cleveland explains.
Boundary Stone is committed to keeping the extraordinary textbooks written by Clarence Carson in print and updating them to make them easier to use with today’s students.