Category Archives: Socio-political

To the Churches That Send Messengers to the Field of Cyberspace:

I, Juan, your brother and companion in the kingdom and patience of Jesus Christ, was in the city that is called McAllen for the word of God and for the testimony of Jesus Christ. This Lord’s Day I was in … Continue reading

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Kinism No, King’s People Yes

On a recent facebook discussion about the pagan faith of kinism (which advocates race and blood and is wrongly linked with Christian Reconstruction), I wanted to give my two-cents worth but couldn’t find a “Comment” button, so this post is … Continue reading

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Ley y Libertad en McAllen, Texas

Aproximadamente 150 personas asistieron a la primera parada de la gira “Ley y Libertad,” del grupo Chalcedon, que se llevó a cabo en la Iglesia del Rey, McAllen, Texas, el sábado 23 de febrero. Mark Rushdoony, Martin Selbrede y Bojidar … Continue reading

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Law and Liberty in McAllen, Texas

Over 150 people attended Chalcedon’s initial stop of the Law and Liberty Tour, held at Church of the King McAllen on Saturday, February 23. Mark Rushdoony, Martin Selbrede, and Bojidar Marinov spoke on the centrality of God’s Law in not … Continue reading

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A Response to David Bahnsen

by Juan J. Guajardo It would be easy for me to vote for Mitt Romney. I could cite incrementalism, decency, and aptitude, to name a few good reasons. But I voted for Bush, Bush, and McCain in hopeful anticipation; and … Continue reading

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Woe to You, Republicans and Democrats

by Juan J. Guajardo Many conservatives are disappointed with the way the Republican leadership strong-armed their way through their convention, how they turned what used to be an opportunity for discourse and formal nomination of presidential candidates into a pre-coronation … Continue reading

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Liberating Hispanics from Racism and Ethnocentrism

by Juan J. Guajardo Many men like me live in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. We are Americans of Mexican descent. Some of us are a darker shade of brown than others, and some of us could use … Continue reading

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Victory over Vitriol

by Juan J. Guajardo VITRIOL 1 a: a sulfate of any of various metals (as copper, iron, or zinc); especially: a glassy hydrate of such a sulfate b: oil of vitriol 2 : something felt to resemble vitriol especially in … Continue reading

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Bow Down, Politicians…and Everyone Else

by Juan J. Guajardo Someone recently accused our pastor and church of preaching politics instead of the Bible. Let’s look at Church of the King McAllen in the light of Scripture. First and foremost, our church is full of love. … Continue reading

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Who Goes to Washington, Mr. Smith?

by Nina Guajardo This isn’t an endorsement of Ron Paul. I did notice the faithful (and intelligent) support Paul had in the last Republican Presidential primary three and a half years ago. A life-long resident of Texas, I have had … Continue reading

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