Book Review

The Political Idols of Our Age: A Review of David Koyzis’ Political Visions and Illusions
The Political Idols of Our Age: A Review of David Koyzis’ Political Visions and Illusions

Hopefully, with the latest edition of “Political Visions and Illusions,” David Koyzis’ work will no longer be hidden underneath a bushel, but instead, its brilliance will reach a wider audience.

Daughters of Yalta

Rough Transcript Tooley: Hello this is Mark Tooley, editor of Providence: A Journal of Christianity & American Foreign Policy, speaking…

“Peacemaking” and Public Policy: A Recipe for Disaster | Review of Hosler’s Hauerwas the Peacemaker?
“Peacemaking” and Public Policy: A Recipe for Disaster | Review of Hosler’s Hauerwas the Peacemaker?

In this volume, Nathan Scot Hosler looks to Stanley Hauerwas, one of the most outspoken pacifist theologians of our time, as inspiration for contemporary “peacemaking” and “peacebuilding” efforts.

An Incomplete Guide for Christian Political Engagement: Review of Eugene Cho’s Thou Shalt Not Be a Jerk

Eugene Cho’s “Thou Shalt Not Be A Jerk” has major shortcomings as an introduction to political engagement, even as it has significant contributions to make in coaxing believers to be more self-reflective about whether they are more loyal to their chosen political party than God’s Word.

Pagan Resurgence: A Review of Smith’s Pagans and Christians in the City
Pagan Resurgence: A Review of Smith’s Pagans and Christians in the City

According to Steven D. Smith’s “Pagans and Christians in the City,” the present culture wars are the latest clash in a primeval battle between ancient paganism and Christianity.

Be Fruitful and Multiply: A Review of Yglesias’ One Billion Americans
Be Fruitful and Multiply: A Review of Yglesias’ One Billion Americans

In “One Billion Americans: The Case for Thinking Bigger,” Matthew Yglesias argues that we must become bigger if we are to become richer.

True North, Ep .6 | Conversation Van Drunen Politics after Christendom
True North, Ep. 6 | A Conversation on VanDrunen’s Politics after Christendom

In this episode of True North, Daniel Strand speaks with Jennifer Patterson and Brian K. Miller about Van Drunen’s Politics…

Churchill: Walking with Destiny

British historian Andrews Roberts discusses his magnificent new biography of Winston Churchill, including his political incorrectness by contemporary standards, his…

True North, Ep. 5 | Phil Klay and “Missionaries”

Phil Klay is an author and veteran of the US Marine Corps. His short story collection Redeployment won the 2014…