Every statesman of the Reformation epic who, like John Knox, argued the right and duty of the states to educate the children, also argued State religion as an imperative duty from the same premises. Not a single leader of opinion can be found for two hundred years so absurd as to assert the one inference and discard the other.
Conservatism and Covenantal theology both have a place for the family and of the families’ education as a principle mechanism of the conservation of the good and the transmission of knowledge.
Edmund Burke is one of the most important — if not the most important — political thinkers in the last three hundred years.
Stewardship of the world goes beyond mere action and strikes at the heart of the Reformed Conservative. The way that God reveals Himself through His creation is why Christians ought to champion Godly Environmentalism.
It is regrettable that, even today, many Christians, disillusioned by the promises of liberalism, nevertheless believe that they can take on board its principles.
The only way for true freedom and equity to take place is in a righteous society, a society in which the gospel is preached and Christianity is supreme.