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What Baptists Believe by O.C.S. Wallace
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Douglas Wilson
“Become the kind of person the kind of person you would like to marry would like to marry.”
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Kenneth L. Gentry Jr.
“As goes the family, so goes the faith; as goes the faith, so goes the culture.”
Kenneth L. Gentry Jr., The Greatness of the Great Commission: The Christian Enterprise in a Fallen World

Greg L. Bahnsen
“There is no way to use non-Christian language and logic to arrive at Christian utterances, conclusions, and behavior.”
Greg L. Bahnsen, Presuppositional Apologetics: Stated and Defended

Greg L. Bahnsen
“The civil magistrate cannot function without some ethical guidance, without some standard of good and evil. If that standard is not to be the revealed law of God… then what will it be? In some form or expression it will have to be the law of man (or men) - the standard of self-law or autonomy. And when autonomous laws come to govern a commonwealth, the sword is certainly wielded in vain, for it represents simply the brute force of some men’s will against the will of other men.”
Greg L. Bahnsen

Rousas John Rushdoony
“It must be recognized that in any culture the source of law is the god of that society.”
Rousas John Rushdoony, The Institutes of Biblical Law, Volume 1 of 3

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