Notes and Excerpts from Dabney’s NT Argument for Slavery

Definitions: doulos- properly of involuntary service, a slave, servant, as opposed to eleutheros misthios-employed for hire, hired, hired servant misthotos-hired hand, hired servant, hireling eleutheros-freeborn in a civil sense, one who is not a slave of one who ceases to be a slave, freed, manumitted free, exempt, unrestrained, not bound by an obligation in an […]

Lew Rockwell's Daydream

Every four years, as the November presidential election draws near, I have the same daydream: that I don’t know or care who the president of the United States is. More importantly, I don’t need to know or care. I don’t have to vote or even pay attention to debates. I can ignore all campaign commercials. […]

HSLDA, Thomas Schmidt: Vote!

I am a homeschooler. I refuse to give my pliable children to tax-sucking centralized automatons who process kids for a living, to be molded by humanism and social-Marxism into a member in good standing of the unholy civic religion. I’m also a Christian. I believe education is the ministry of the family, not the state. […]

The Good and the Bad of Ron Paul Rebuttals

In a previous article, I defended Ron Paul as the only qualified candidate for the U.S. Presidency. In brief, it is because Mr. Paul is the only candidate who meets the criteria of being a God-fearing brother who favors a constitutionally restricted Federal government that he alone is worthy of a vote. God does not […]

War, Imperial Christians, and Ron Paul

On March 19, 2003 the United States military invaded Iraq to launch a “shock and awe” war on a people 7,000 miles away. The war, later dubbed by President George W. Bush as “This Great Mission,” represented a philosophy of preemptive strike that became known as the Bush Doctrine. As we now understand it, this […]

Women’s Rights Women, by Robert Dabney

Clutching the zietgiest and leaving the paths of old, Christians today have succumbed to feminism and women’s suffrage. Skeptical if not hateful of the ways of their ancestors, they reach for skeptical questions and rhetoric like “What if God gave her the passion to be a ____, and not a homemaker?”  Or, “It takes two […]