Christian Ethics

Christianity’s Covert Success

British historian Tom Holland’s brilliant book Dominion: How the Christian Revolution Remade the World describes the sometimes unrealized, even covertly…

Marksism | Episode 6: A 2020 and 1968 Comparison, Supreme Court Rulings, and Mainline Decline
Marksism | Episode 6: A 2020 and 1968 Comparison, Supreme Court Rulings, and Mainline Decline

In the sixth episode of Marksism series on June 26, 2020, editors Mark Tooley, Mark Melton, and Marc LiVecche speak…

America amid Spiritual Anxiety: A Conversation with Joseph Bottum

Here’s my interview with Jody Bottum, author of An Anxious Age: The Post-Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of America, who…

Marksism | Episode 5: A Discussion on Holland’s Dominion and More

In the fifth episode of the weekly series of Marksism, Mark Tooley and Marc LiVecche discuss British historian Tom Holland’s…

Are We All Christians Now? A Review of Tom Holland’s Dominion: How the Christian Revolution Remade the World
Are We All Christians Now? A Review of Tom Holland’s Dominion

Tom Holland, author of the recently published “Dominion: How the Christian Revolution Remade the World,” has done a great service to current discussions on the relationship between Christianity and Western civilization.

Racism in America from a Christian Perspective: A Conversation with Derryck Green, Part 2

Here is the second part of Marc LiVecche’s talk with Derryck Green. To watch the first part, click here. Christian…

Marksism | Episode 4: Hope vs. Despair, Race Relations, Ongoing COVID-19, and More

In the fourth episode of the weekly series of Marksism, editors Mark Tooley, Mark Melton, and Marc LiVecche begin by…

Racism, Christianity, and Black Lives Matter: A Conversation with Derryck Green, Part 1

Christian realism argues that the right to political sovereignty rests not on simply wielding power in a geographically defined area,…

Christian Activism and Reform in the Age of Black Lives Matter
Christian Activism and Reform in the Age of Black Lives Matter

In the wake of George Floyd’s death and the deaths of so many others, a Christian response to injustice means that if black lives matter to Jesus, then black lives must matter to those who claim to be his followers.