Rushdoony, as he emerges in McVicar’s narrative, does not seem inspired by his own vision of biblical families.
What do we do when our access to documents is contingent on our neutrality? How much of what we can say about the rise of the Religious Right is similarly hindered by restrictions of speech or limited by access to sensitive personal documents?
Rousas John Rushdoony might be one of the most important Christian theologians you’ve never heard of. In this interview, Professor Michael McVicar discusses Rushdoony and Christian Reconstruction. McVicar gained unprecedented access to Rushdoony’s personal files, archives, and correspondence, which provided invaluable data for McVicar’s book on Rushdoony, Christian Reconstruction: R. J. Rushdoony and American Religious Conservatism.