The debate in America about Iran is not about war vs. peace. That is not the debate because that is not the choice.
Daniel StrandJanuary 7, 2020
A basic rule of discriminating moral reasoning is that we are only obliged to do an action that we are able to do. That is, an ought implies a can.
Daniel StrandDecember 6, 2019
Integralism is confused because it misunderstands the epoch of history in which Christians now live. Jesus is king, yes, but a long tradition of theology understands that Jesus’ kingdom has been inaugurated, though not yet consummated in full.
Andrew T. WalkerNovember 27, 2019
I am grateful to Paul D. Miller for his recent review of “Between Babel and Beast.” Some of his criticisms hit home, some miss the mark. I respond to a few.
Peter J. LeithartNovember 12, 2019
Why wasn’t the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi “happier,” even as many Americans are grateful his evil has been restrained?
Rebeccah HeinrichsNovember 5, 2019
Several Christian pacifists have warned against celebrating the death of ISIS terror chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who blew up himself…
Mark TooleyOctober 28, 2019
What is the role of moral values in the conduct of foreign relations? Although many answers have been given, three…
Mark AmstutzOctober 25, 2019
Up until a few months ago, our church had the unusual opportunity to hold our weekly services at the International…
Ben PalkaOctober 18, 2019
Little progress can be made toward improving the human condition of migrants without acknowledging the central role of the nation-state.
Mark AmstutzOctober 11, 2019
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