Nicolas Mulder’s “The Economic Weapon” has important lessons for America following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Connor PfeifferMarch 20, 2023
The struggle for that free and decent world never ends this side of the parousia.
Mark TooleyDecember 19, 2021
MLK’s arc towards justice doesn’t entail passivity and requires sacrificial labor with patience. It also offers confidence that such labors are not in vain. There is a cosmic superstructure, and its Architect presides and will prevail.
Mark TooleyJuly 9, 2021
In May 1940, Lord Halifax urged Winston Churchill to call for a national day of prayer to aid in the evacuation of the troops in Dunkirk.
Robert MorrisonMay 28, 2021
Madeleine Albright’s Fascism: A Warning is both cynical and shallow.
Mark R. RoyceMay 25, 2018
In nearly every war both sides point to the offenses and wickedness of their enemies, hoping to solidify that they are on the side of morality and godliness and to justify their decision to fight. The Axis Powers of World War II undoubtedly had perverse and wicked aims, but in this article Eduard Heimann argues that the democracies, and particularly the Christians living within them, deserve blame for the war as well.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineJanuary 23, 2018
Francis P. Miller claims the church cannot stand by and optimistically assume that the state will pursue justice without the assistance of a religious ethic.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineDecember 7, 2017