FREE EBOOK: How to Fix a Broken Society

How to Fix a Broken Society (ebook)

We have a new free ebook available from Gospel Armory – How to Fix a Broken Society: Using the Ten Commandments as the Foundation by Andy Sochor.

It is evident to many that there is a serious and urgent need to fix our country. God shows the framework for how to do this in the Ten Commandments. This material examines the Ten Commandments and the principles contained in them that, if followed, would eliminate the greatest problems plaguing our nation.

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How to Fix a Broken Society (Free Ebook)

NEW RELEASE: Rum and Ruin: A Collection

We would like to announce our newest title – Rum and Ruin: A Collection of Writings on the Issue of Alcohol – is now available.

Rum and Ruin (cover) This volume is a collection of writings by preachers associated with the Restoration Movement as they addressed the issue of alcohol. It includes the following:

  • A book by D. R. Dungan (Rum and Ruin: The Remedy Found)
  • Shorter articles by Pardee Butler, David Lipscomb, and Benjamin Franklin
  • Biographical excerpts about Robert Milligan and Knowles Shaw
  • A story by V. M. Metcalfe
  • A poem by L. F. Bittle

This material provides us with a glimpse into how preachers dealt with this issue in the 19th and early 20th centuries. It contains helpful instructions and reminders for us today.

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Special Offer

Now through the end of the year, save $2 off this book when you place an order through the Gospel Armory Store and use coupon code Rum2 at checkout. Hurry, this offer is good through December 31, 2019.

This is the seventeenth release in our Ancient Landmarks Collection. This collection is made up of materials that have been produced by those associated with the Restoration Movement. More titles will be added to this collection in the future. Be sure to subscribe to our mailing list to be notified of new releases.

NEW RELEASE: Competing Worldviews

We are happy to announce that our newest book – Competing Worldviews: A Collection of Essays Contrasting the Biblical and Humanistic Worldviews by Luci Partain – is now available!

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What you believe in determines your worldview. If you believe that the God of the Bible made us and the world that we live in giving us laws to live by, that worldview will govern every decision that you make.

Your worldview defines your reason for living.

What is your worldview?

With a love for God, a respect for the truth of His word, and a concern for the souls of others, sister Luci Partain has written extensively about cultivating a Biblical worldview and warning about the dangerous influence of the humanistic worldview that has spread throughout our society. This book contains a collection of essays contrasting these two competing worldviews. It is vital that we understand the difference between them and choose wisely which one to follow.

Read more about this new book and purchase your copy today!

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Special Offer

For a limited time, save $1.99 off this book when you place an order through the Gospel Armory Store! Hurry, this offer is good through December 15, 2019.

Civil Government: Chapter 4 – The Foundation for a Godly Society (Excerpt)

Civil Government - cover

It is important to note that the Ten Commandments are not directed to or about the government — they are to the individual. That means that each one of us and all those we may teach can make personal application from these truths.

How do we fix a broken society? It will not come through government policy but with the people’s change of heart. In the Ten Commandments, we are taught about one’s relationship with God and with others and also the type of character which one ought to have. The framework for a godly and righteous society does not start with government. In fact, if all people would follow these commands, government would be unnecessary. Notice what Paul wrote:

“For this, ‘You shall not commit adultery, you shall not murder, you shall not steal, you shall not covet,’ and if there is any other commandment, it is summed up in this saying, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ Love does no wrong to a neighbor; therefore love is the fulfillment of the law” (Romans 13:9-10).

This comes immediately after what Paul revealed about the divinely ordained role of civil government. He mentioned a few of the Ten Commandments and said they all have one thing in common — love. Love is the fulfillment of the Law. This means that if everyone exercised love properly toward one another, there would be no God-given purpose for civil government, thus making it irrelevant and unnecessary.

You can read more about how the Ten Commandments show us the foundation for a godly society in Civil Government: What the Bible Says About Its Origin, History, Nature, and Role. Follow the link to learn more about the book and purchase your copy today!