Jonathan Leeman is the author of How the Nations Rage: Rethinking Faith and Politics for a Divide Age and Political Church: The Local Assembly as Embassy of Christ’s Rule and the editorial director at 9Marks, an organization that produces church leadership resources in Washington, DC. He is an elder at Cheverly Baptist Church. You can follow him on Twitter @JonathanLeeman.
From a liberal Augustinian perspective, Christians should affirm several liberal institutions, such as the separation of church and state, religious tolerance, and a number of individual rights. Beyond that, it’s over to the considerations of wisdom. And democracy, best I can tell, remains the best of the worst.
Jonathan LeemanOctober 8, 2019
Drag queen story hour (DQSH) occupied the debate between David French and Sohrab Ahmari. So how should Christians respond?
Jonathan LeemanSeptember 23, 2019
A number of friends and I find ourselves unable to commit fully to either side in the Sohrab Ahmari-David French debate. Here are three reasons why.
Jonathan LeemanSeptember 6, 2019
John D. Wilsey’s American Exceptionalism and Civil Religion is a genuinely excellent book, but our national problems may be deeper and more profound—more exceptional—than he realizes.
Jonathan LeemanAugust 24, 2017