Gary DeMar Defends James White: Reconstructionists, Theonomists & Dominionists, Oh My!

by | Feb 2, 2021 | Reformed Rant Podcast | 3 comments

In this episode, I rant about Gary DeMar’s criticism of my criticism of James White’s criticism of John MarAcrthur’s criticism of Postmillennialism. My biggest concern with the Postmil eschatological scheme is the little branches that seem to consistently spring up within it. Those branches are reconstructionism/theonomy and dominion theology. These are very dangerous branches that must be avoided at all costs. I do NOT claim that they are the necessary conclusion of PM theology. It is interesting that White spoke positively about Rushdoony in his episode and Rushdoony is the founder of Christian reconstructionism. I hate to say I told you so, but there it is. 

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