From the Winter, 2016 Print Edition
Mark CoppengerMay 10, 2016
From the print edition, Winter, 2016
Paul D. MillerApril 25, 2016
From the winter 2016 print edition
Gerald R. McDermottApril 11, 2016
In what follows I will first lay out some of the most important obstacles, the challenges they pose, their respective weaknesses, and some thoughts on opportunities they offer; then I will offer some thoughts on how best to bring Christianity into engagement with American foreign policy.
James Turner JohnsonJanuary 4, 2016
Some lament the fact that we live in such a violent world, but that’s precisely the point. Because we live in a violent world, governments must take steps to deter those who can be deterred—and neutralize those who cannot.
Alan DowdDecember 31, 2015
Reinhold Niebuhr exposed the assumptions of progressive Christianity and helped create the political theology of “Christian realism”, which sought a more biblical view of how the Christian citizen can live responsibly within a civilization in crisis.
Joseph LoconteDecember 28, 2015
Since my commissioning in 1988 as a United States Army Chaplain Candidate, the fundamental purpose of war has changed relatively little: war generally remains a contest of wills to achieve political ends between nation-states employing military force. However, war inherently seems different today, does it not? How so?
Timothy MallardDecember 21, 2015
From the Print Edition: a bold vision for moving toward peace
Robert NicholsonDecember 4, 2015