Is there a definitively Christian response to impeachment? I cannot draw a straight answer to that question from the Bible.
Andrew T. WalkerDecember 30, 2019
Integralism is confused because it misunderstands the epoch of history in which Christians now live. Jesus is king, yes, but a long tradition of theology understands that Jesus’ kingdom has been inaugurated, though not yet consummated in full.
Andrew T. WalkerNovember 27, 2019
For his countless acts of callousness and injustice, Baghdadi deserved to die, and I can be thankful that the world is spared from his terror without sacrificing my Christianity to say as much.
Andrew T. WalkerOctober 28, 2019
Christians can love their nation-state, but civil love should not eclipse the agape love of the Kingdom of God.
Andrew T. WalkerOctober 23, 2019
For now, let us cling to liberal democracy as a common grace of God. If God in his providence gave us modernity, let Christians be the stewards who use the freedoms of liberal democracy for the sake of the gospel.
Andrew T. WalkerSeptember 9, 2019
But what struck me about reading The Most Controversial Decision is how we now superimpose our judgments on Truman’s decision post hoc, and we do this with great zeal, certainty, and righteous superiority.
Andrew T. WalkerAugust 6, 2019
The development of this weaponry raises a question relevant to Christian ethics: Can weaponry be humane?
Andrew T. WalkerMay 15, 2019
A socially responsible Christian ethic understands that the ordinance of the nation-state—even in a fallen world—calls for prophetic scrutiny in hopes that it would be brought back in alignment with civic and moral righteousness.
Andrew T. WalkerJanuary 11, 2019
Opposition to today’s gender wars cannot be met simply by tradition or chivalry, but from Scripture.
Andrew T. WalkerOctober 5, 2016