Theocracy and Toleration

Van Ruler is an advocate of “theocracy,” but he at the same time insists that toleration is “an absolute necessity in the state” (Calvinist Trinitarianism and Theocentric Politics, 186).It is necessary because every people is religiously mixed, because intolerance invariably . . . . Continue Reading »


A.A. van Ruler argues that “Israel is the great disturbing factor in the paganism of the world’s nations,” and the church follows Israel’s path (Calvinist Trinitarianism and Theocentric Politics, 152-3).This is partly because Christianity “is wholly and completely . . . . Continue Reading »