Of course America will survive the coronavirus. We’ve many times survived far worse.
Mark TooleyMarch 27, 2020
Studying King Saul’s combat experiences can help us understand his personality change and violence toward David.
Michael AndersonMarch 26, 2020
Understanding how Christian statesmen like John Foster Dulles viewed difficult foreign policy issues can help Christians respond to contemporary dilemmas.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineMarch 24, 2020
Realism and the just war ethic both pursue war in certain contexts, so they can appear to be close cousins. But the just war ethic shares less with realism than realism shares with pacifism.
Joseph E. CapizziMarch 23, 2020
Albert Camus’ “The Plague” is a study of how the various townspeople relate to one another during a catastrophe. The book has always been good for reflection, but now it’s truly a mirror.
Marc LiVeccheMarch 19, 2020
This week I attended an as always stimulating Trinity Forum talk, this time to hear New York Times columnist Ross Douthat discussing his new book “The Decadent Society.”
Mark TooleyMarch 13, 2020
Though the Bible does not give us a clear schematic of how we are to order our political life, it does something more profound: it gives us a frame for all reality, history, and humanity.
Daniel StrandMarch 4, 2020
Simon Polinder and Govert Bujis advance a new school of Christian international relations thinking that they call “The Amsterdam School.” Time will tell if this distinctively Neo-Calvinist international relations approach is possible.
Eric PattersonMarch 2, 2020
Daniel Strand, a professor of ethics and expert in political theory, spoke about Christian Realism at Providence’s Christianity and National…
Daniel StrandFebruary 28, 2020
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