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Rewati-mn: Dreum and Reuli~ (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1986), p. 82. Political Idolaty 33 civilization — the kingdom of God in its earthly manifestation – because those who teach Church history do not believe that the kingdom of God offers the world an alternative civilization. They teach the non-kingdom of God in history: a king without sanctions until the final judgment. Anti-covenantal eschatologies and antinomianism have fused to produce hermetically sealed Church historiogp-aphy.
The Judeo-Christian tradition is in fact a humanist construct without a single volume’s worth of primary source documentation. There is a reason for this “gap on the book shelf”: a gap in history. 30. James Gleick, Chain: MaAing a New Scizrw (New York Viking, 1987). 31. Berman, Law and Rawlution, p. 589. t/wre@re /%zard that saying, h brought Jesus forth, and sat down in tb judgment seat in a place that k called th Pavement, but in th Hebrew, Gabbatha. And it was the preparatwn o~ the passover, and about t/w sixth hour: and he saith unto the Jms, Behold your King!
They teach the non-kingdom of God in history: a king without sanctions until the final judgment. Anti-covenantal eschatologies and antinomianism have fused to produce hermetically sealed Church historiogp-aphy. Church historians have seen themselves as pillar saints of the kingdom. They have accepted the intellectual legacy of medieval-Renaissance classroom, namely, that insofar as there has been Christian civilization in history, it has been essentially a baptized classical civilization. It has been natural law, not Bible-revealed law, that built Western civilization up until Newton; since then, it has been Newtonian law.
A Theology of Children by Nove Vailaau