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Ghislaine Maxwell Is Finally on Trial!” by Philip Giraldi, The Council For The National Interest, 11/30/2021

Jonathan Pollard,” Wikipedia

9/11 Suspects: Dancing Israelis,” James Corbett, The Corbett Report, 9/11/2016

Israel accused of planting mysterious spy devices near the White House,” by Daniel Lippman, Politico, 9/12/2019

Biden administration blacklists NSO Group over Pegasus spyware,” by Drew Harwell, Ellen Nakashima and Craig Timberg, The Washington Post, 11/3/2021

Who Really Owns the ‘Holy Land’?” by Robert L. Reymond, The Trinity Foundation, June-July 2006

The Religious Wars of the 21st Century” by John W. Robbins, The Trinity Foundation, August 2006

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Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1771.

Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1771.

My earlier post In Praise of Karl Marx makes the point that Christians can take one positive lesson from Marx’ work: the power of systematic thought. Marx was a thoroughgoing atheist, and both he and his followers consistently applied atheism to all fields of study, creating a well-developed all-around view of the world. Systematic thought is powerful and impressive. One idea is related to and supports another, in much the same way the flying buttresses support a majestic gothic cathedral. This is true, even if the system itself is badly flawed.

Of all people, Christians should be the most systematic thinkers, for we have the systematic, non contradictory truth of God’s Word revealed to us in the 66 books of the Bible. From the express statements and necessary implications of Scripture, we are able to develop a coherent, complete, systematic worldview. The apostle Paul tells us that the Scriptures make the man of God complete, thoroughly equipping him for every good work. This includes the good work of developing a systematic, Christian view of the world.

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