“If I suffer for the right cause, it only define[s] the person I am becoming. It can only be good for me to become a better person if I believe in the Lord.”
Tim ScheidererOctober 5, 2022
Richard Mouw is an American, and he loves his country the most, according to his newly released How to be a Patriotic Christian: Love of Country as Love of Neighbor.
Jackson WatersSeptember 5, 2022
At the end of Reinhold Niebuhr’s travels across Western Europe in 1947, he spent a week at the Ecumenical Institute, a facility near Geneva. He was hopeful of how this project would bless the church life of the world, and he offered observations about discussions there about communism, church-state relations, Christian political parties, and more.
Christianity & Crisis Magazine & Reinhold NiebuhrMay 18, 2022
After visiting Scotland, Reinhold Niebuhr traveled to the Netherlands and offered another correspondence that the journal published in April 1947.
Christianity & Crisis Magazine & Reinhold NiebuhrApril 13, 2022
“Letter from Holland,” by L.H. RuitenbergAugust 5, 1946 While North Americans, on being informed of the church situation in Holland,…
Christianity & Crisis Magazine & Mark MeltonSeptember 22, 2021
While I am in large agreement with Shadi Hamid’s essay, I find myself a bit underwhelmed for a few reasons.
James R. WoodMarch 25, 2021
Hopefully, with the latest edition of “Political Visions and Illusions,” David Koyzis’ work will no longer be hidden underneath a bushel, but instead, its brilliance will reach a wider audience.
Matthew NgNovember 20, 2020
Van Drunen’s Politics after Christendom doesn’t convincingly defend liberalism from a biblical perspective. Readers wanting a compelling Reformed defense of ordered liberty will have to keep waiting.
Brian K. MillerSeptember 4, 2020
Abraham Kuyper unquestionably had his failures and his blind spots. But he also labored to find balanced and faithful Christian realist positions on international affairs. We would do well to imitate those principles today.
Robert JoustraMay 28, 2020