Bryan T. McGraw is the department chair and an associate professor of politics and dean of social sciences at Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL, where he teaches political theory and works on perfecting his pulled pork BBQ.
Simply being good in order to do good is not enough. That is true. But simply being skilled—to have what Machiavelli calls virtú (as opposed to virtue)—in order to do good is also not enough.
Bryan T. McGrawMay 14, 2020
Crouch’s book is a masterful and sorely needed correction regarding the nature and possibilities of power but it stops short precisely at that place where 21st-century American Christians are most perplexed with power: politics.
Bryan T. McGrawDecember 10, 2015