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Why the Fruit of the Tree Is Rotten
Why the Fruit of the Tree Is Rotten

The Tree of Liberty, like every other tree, is judged by its fruits. The fruits of the tree are the citizens of the Republic, and the moral health of the Republic is known by the character of its citizens.

Anglican Statecraft
Anglican Statecraft

During the annual Christianity and National Security Conference, Jon Askonas presented an Anglican view of political theology.

The Pilgrim's Constitutional Legacy - Daniel Dreisbach
The Pilgrim’s Constitutional Legacy

On November 22 in Washington, DC, Daniel Dreisbach of American University spoke about the legacy of the Pilgrims.

Brazil In The World Under Jair Bolsonaro (Igor Sabino)
Foreign Policy ProvCast: Ep. 71 | Brazil in the World under Jair Bolsonaro

In this episode, Igor Sabino talks about the political situation in Brazil, that country’s role in global affairs, what Brazil may do in a US-China rivalry, an what to expect from next year’s election.

Marc LiVecche on Just War at Liberty University
Marc LiVecche on Just War at Liberty University

Marc LiVecche spoke at Liberty University about the just war tradition.

A Shocking Reversal: The US Officially Turns a Blind Eye to Nigeria’s Endangered Christians - Country of Particular Concern - Religious Freedom
A Shocking Reversal: The US Officially Turns a Blind Eye to Nigeria’s Endangered Christians

The US has inexplicably removed Nigeria from its State Department list of Countries of Particular Concern (CPC). To some, that may sound like innocuous paperwork or an ambassadorial feel-good gesture. But, in fact, this de-listing of Nigeria’s CPC designation is an outrageous betrayal of an already brutalized Christian community.

Daniel Strand Talking Political Theology at Samford University
Daniel Strand Talking Political Theology at Samford University

Daniel Strand spoke at Samford University about God’s purpose for government.

Baptist Political Theology on War and Peace - Just War Tradition- Paul Miller
Baptist Political Theology on War and Peace

At the Christianity and National Security Conference, Paul D. Miller reviewed the history of how Baptists have thought about war, peace, and the just war tradition.

Reinhold Niebuhr and Human Nature - Colin Dueck
Reinhold Niebuhr and Human Nature

At the Christianity and National Security Conference, Colin Dueck spoke about Reinhold Niebuhr’s understanding of human nature influenced his Christian realism, and how this perspective differs from other types of realism.

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