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Andrew Schwartz

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Summa Cum Laude historian out of Old Dominion University and former Virginia bureaucrat. Currently serving God at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA; ruling elder in the Presbyterian Church in America; husband and father of four; writing on philosophy, theology, history, and politics. Previously published as "Tenebras Lux" due to professional intolerance.

Just Admit It, Liberal Christians: You’re Pagans

There is so little that distinguishes today’s liberal Christians from the ancient Pagans to whom the gospel was originally preached, they would be more...

What Really Matters?

In the grand scheme of things, the Anthem itself may be an important part of our existence, but it’s minimally important to our very essence, to our obligation before a sovereign God, and to our neighbors in need.

The Religious Test of Orthodox Christians in America

The trend in American culture seems to be a growing intolerance for the outward expression of orthodox Christianity.

Heresy and Orthodoxy: Separating Sheep and Goats in the Nashville Statement

As soon as we sanction a sin as being in conformity with and receiving the approbation of the nature of God’s design, we are engaged in heresy and blasphemy.

A Lesson in Tolerance

To be “intolerant” is to commit the gravest social error, and will cause one to be excommunicated from the cathedrals of academia and politics.

Abortion and Potentiality, Continued…

Moral value for Harman is dependent on the existential ability to self-authenticate, to determine one’s own potential. Moral value for Anglin is dependent on the economic ability to self-sustain, to determine one’s own potential.

Abortion and Potentiality: James Franco and Elizabeth Harman Extended Version

The pro-abortion camp is losing the empirical debate on life. This is why people like Harman are now resorting to questions of moral value and status rather than that of life.

How Free Are We?

We cannot deny a predestination of the negative, that is, our actions are predetermined to remain within the finite permutations of what we can do, not the infinitude of what we wish to do.

Why Theology Matters

Theology matters because it recognizes that there is ultimity and universality.
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