In order to meet the requirements of the two-front fight we are in, the morally responsible thing is to commit to properly funding our military
Marc LiVeccheJune 8, 2023
Contemporary debates over ‘Christian nationalism’ have surprising roots in 17th century debates over republicanism versus monarchism.
Howe D. Whitman IIIApril 26, 2023
Paul Ramsey was among the greatest theologians of the 20th century and we are in sore need of his ideas today
John SheltonApril 25, 2023
What the struggle against 20th century totalitarianism can teach Christians about walking in faith today.
Michael LuccheseMarch 24, 2023
A statecraft dreaming that a great nation can be in the world but not of it is both hubristic and self-righteous.
Mark TooleyMarch 21, 2023
Reinhold Niebuhr’s philosophy of Christian realism may hold the keys to addressing polarization in the West.
Simon Polinder & Menno R. KammingaFebruary 25, 2023
Though soldiers and military leaders are bound by Just War Tradition (JWT), members of Congress and civilian leaders are not. The passage of HR 1009, is one step toward bridging this gap.
Maryann Cusimano LoveFebruary 13, 2023
American thinking has often been shaped by Just War Theory, if implicitly. Last year, Congressman Jerry McNerney (D-CA) introduced HR 1009 that clarifies and makes explicit the American commitment to the just war tradition.
Paul D. MillerFebruary 6, 2023
After years of appeasement and failing to reckon with a reborn Russian imperialism, the U.S. and NATO nations are awaking from their moral and military slumber.
J. Daryl CharlesJanuary 30, 2023