“Deo—Patriae—Humanitati,” for God, country, and humanity, was the motto of the Germans who attempted to overthrow the regime which made their country the most hated nation in the world.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineJuly 20, 2021
We are leaving Afghanistan before solidifying our gains and stabilizing the goods we have achieved. Even still, we can exit with honor.
Marc LiVeccheJuly 16, 2021
For the July 4th weekend, Eric Patterson and Mark Melton discuss what C.S. Lewis teaches Christians about patriotism and “love of home,” particularly in The Four Loves.
Eric Patterson & Mark MeltonJuly 2, 2021
In this week’s episode, the editors discuss LiVecche’s article about the just war tradition and cybersecurity, an article from 1946 about world government, and a reflection on fathers.
Mark Tooley & Mark Melton & Marc LiVeccheJune 25, 2021
The Just War Tradition can help both church and state navigate the moral complexities of cyber operations, guiding us toward proportionate responses
Marc LiVeccheJune 24, 2021
Toward the end of World War II, Americans contemplated the possibility of “world government” to prevent another catastrophe, especially after the United States dropped atomic bombs on Japan.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineJune 21, 2021
The editors discuss recent content, including a book review on antiracism, a reflection on Flag Day, and an analysis of surveys of young evangelicals’ views on Israel.
Mark Tooley & Marc LiVecche & Mark MeltonJune 17, 2021
On June 14, Americans recognize Flag Day. It is not a holiday, but it is a day honoring the establishment of our nation’s most visible and moving symbol on June 14, 1777: the “Red, White, and Blue.”
Eric PattersonJune 14, 2021
Force-short-of-war raises many moral questions, and jus ad vim has been an attempt to provide answers.
Christian Nikolaus BraunJune 9, 2021
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