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Separation of Church and State: Constitutional Policy in Conflict
Unformatted Document Text:  Separation of Church and State: Constitutional Policy in Conflict 25 The Chalcedon Foundation is the name Rousas John Rushdoony called his Christian Reconstructionist organization. Rushdoony formulated his ideas on law and policies in his Institutes of Biblical Law, where he argued against any kind of inter-religious, inter-racial, and inter- cultural marriages because they break up the community (Yurica 2004; http://www.chalcedon.edu/articles/article.php?ArticleID=347 ; http://forerunner.com/revolution/rush.html ; http://www.123exp-biographies.com/t/00034302446/ ). Rushdoony taught wealth as a value, to be found in Deuteronomy Chapter 28 in the Old Testament. He believed the immoral society in America must be infiltrated with Conservative Christian policies similar to the Middle Ages, where state with church would be ruled by elitists in order to secure morality, control, and economic strength (Ibid; and at: http://www.drbo.org/chapter/05028.htm ). Brian McLaren (2007), another Christian Right advocate wrote recently, that he also believes society and religious influence on government should be similar to a prophetic role, as it was in the first three centuries of the church ( www.ChristianityToday.com ). Additional Rushdoony followers include his son-in-law Gary North (economist and powerful spokesman for religious right ideas), Pat Robertson (founder of the Christian Coalition), Herb Titus, the former Dean of Robertson’s Regent University School of Public Policy (formerly CBN University), Charles Colson, Robertson’s political strategist, Tim La Haye, Gary Bauer, politician and admired spokesperson for the Christian Right, and the late Francis Schaeffer, and Paul Crouch, the founder of TBN, the world’s largest television network, plus many likeminded television and radio evangelists and news talk show hosts, e.g. Bill O’Riley, Sean Hannity, and Rush Limbaugh ( www.cc.org /; Lithwick 2007 at www.Slate.com ; Savage 2007 at www.Boston.com ; Yurica 2004; http://www.foxnews.com/oreilly/index.html ; http://www.foxnews.com/hannityandcolmes/index http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/ ).

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Separation of Church and State: Constitutional Policy in Conflict 25
The Chalcedon Foundation is the name Rousas John Rushdoony called his Christian
Reconstructionist organization. Rushdoony formulated his ideas on law and policies in his
Institutes of Biblical Law, where he argued against any kind of inter-religious, inter-racial, and inter-
cultural marriages because they break up the community (Yurica 2004;
http://www.chalcedon.edu/articles/article.php?ArticleID=347
;
http://forerunner.com/revolution/rush.html
;
http://www.123exp-biographies.com/t/00034302446/
).
Rushdoony taught wealth as a value, to be found in Deuteronomy Chapter 28 in the Old
Testament. He believed the immoral society in America must be infiltrated with Conservative
Christian policies similar to the Middle Ages, where state with church would be ruled by elitists in
order to secure morality, control, and economic strength (Ibid; and at:
http://www.drbo.org/chapter/05028.htm
).
Brian McLaren (2007), another Christian Right advocate wrote recently, that he also believes
society and religious influence on government should be similar to a prophetic role, as it was in the
first three centuries of the church (
www.ChristianityToday.com
).
Additional Rushdoony followers include his son-in-law Gary North (economist and powerful
spokesman for religious right ideas), Pat Robertson (founder of the Christian Coalition), Herb Titus,
the former Dean of Robertson’s Regent University School of Public Policy (formerly CBN
University), Charles Colson, Robertson’s political strategist, Tim La Haye, Gary Bauer, politician
and admired spokesperson for the Christian Right, and the late Francis Schaeffer, and Paul Crouch,
the founder of TBN, the world’s largest television network, plus many likeminded television and
radio evangelists and news talk show hosts, e.g. Bill O’Riley, Sean Hannity, and Rush Limbaugh
(
www.cc.org
/; Lithwick 2007 at
www.Slate.com
; Savage 2007 at
www.Boston.com
; Yurica 2004;
http://www.foxnews.com/oreilly/index.html
;
http://www.foxnews.com/hannityandcolmes/index
http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/
).


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