Theonomy is a view of Christian ethics associated with
Christian Reconstructionism, most noted for its attempts to show how the ethical standards of the Old Testament are applicable to modern
society, including the Standing Laws of the Old Testament, as well as its general ethical principles.
- Statement on Theonomy, by Bill Baldwin
- The Danger of Legalism in Reformed Circles, by Bill Baldwin
- The Three Uses of the Law: A New Proposal, by Bill Baldwin
- John Calvin: Theonomist?, by J. Ligon Duncan
- Moses' Law for Modern Government, by J. Ligon Duncan
- The Westminster Confession of Faith: A Theonomic Document?, by J. Ligon Duncan
- Machen's Warrior Children, by John Frame
- Critique of Theonomy: A Taxonomy, by T. David Gordon
- The Divine Law of Political Israel Expired, by Sherman Isbell.
- Theonomy (or Christian Reconstruction): A Reformed Baptist Assessment (PDF), by Samuel Waldron