This article looks at the history of labour relations, showing how labour has been shaped by different systems in history, such as communism and capitalism. The author also looks at the question of authority, ownership, labour, and accountability in relations to unions. Examining the model of the covenant, this article shows how Christians can come up with an alternative.
This article discusses the role of parents and church in governing Christian schools. The author shows that based on the covenant, the authority to govern the school lies with parents. The church council plays a supporting role in Christian education, and helps to hold parents accountable to their responsibility.
This article gives reasons why prostitution should not be legalized.
Theonomy and reconstructionism came to existence in response to dispensationalism. Theonomy, in seeking to map a way for Christians to become engaged in society by applying the Old Testament, fails in its reading of the Old Testament. The solution is not in theonomy, but in understanding the sovereignty of Christ and the implications it has for the Christian life in politics.
Can Christians use the Bible for public policy and politics? This article shows that both natural law and the Bible have a place in public policy and politics. This author shows how to argue from both the Bible and natural law, and appeals to Christians to have the courage to use the Bible when discussing public affairs.