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.
J. Daryl CharlesNovember 2, 2020
Mark Tooley shares an engaging conversation with Rebeccah Heinrichs, a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute. Heinrichs covers a wide…
Rebeccah Heinrichs & Mark TooleyMay 12, 2020
Gregory Boyd’s Crucifixion of the Warrior God attempts to argue that the Old Testament accounts of God’s “violence” are not true portraits of the character of God. In another era, this 1,445-page project would have been called heresy.
J. Daryl CharlesSeptember 19, 2019
What happens when the next Rwandan genocide is brewing on the horizon? I don’t see any real policy proposals from Christian pacifists about how they would respond.
Daniel StrandSeptember 19, 2019
Much of the “radical” Christian movement of the past couple decades is rooted in the idea that there is a distinct Christian politics, as opposed to just plain old politics.
Daniel StrandSeptember 17, 2019
“God ordained the state to uphold order and protect the innocent.” In part three of our series, editors Mark Tooley…
The EditorsAugust 12, 2019
Robert Nicholson & Walter Russell Mead & Samuel Goldman & Joshua W. WalkerJuly 25, 2019
World War I profoundly affected American churches and Christian thought. Recalling that impact offers counsel for the future.
Mark TooleyNovember 14, 2018
A century ago, the Great War ended. Remembrance Day is an opportunity to recall those who fought, the fallen, and the costs and sometimes necessity of war.
Marc LiVeccheNovember 11, 2018
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