America and her allies must understand that the War in Ukraine has never been just about Ukraine
J. Daryl CharlesApril 20, 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
The West is therefore morally and politically obligated to the defense of Ukraine, assisting her with any and all means necessary for her protection and survival.
J. Daryl CharlesNovember 16, 2022
“The people of Munich were informed by proclamation of the city administration that the requisition of private homes for army housing was to be carried through, and to a greater extent than had been hitherto feared.”
Christianity & Crisis MagazineJune 13, 2022
From 1945 to 1947 as the United States and Soviet Union moved toward the Cold War, Christian realists writing for Reinhold Niebuhr’s journal, Christianity and Crisis, responded to global dilemmas. Here are five impressions of those articles, along with lessons for today.
Mark MeltonJune 10, 2022
Seventy-five years ago, Cynthia Nash wrote about displaced persons in occupied Germany who could not return home after the Second World War.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineMarch 26, 2022
Germany does not love her neighbor when she rejects Ukraine’s plea for defensive weapons.
Christian Nikolaus BraunFebruary 23, 2022
“We have,” said an exuberant campaign orator in the recent campaign, “the moral leadership of the world. The whole world trusts in our devotion to freedom and expects us to save mankind from totalitarianism.” That is how we see ourselves, at least in our more complacent moods. The world does not see us as we see ourselves.
Christianity & Crisis Magazine & Reinhold NiebuhrDecember 7, 2021
While most histories of the Civil War naturally focus on the drama in America, Don H. Doyle’s “The Cause of All Nations” explains how the conflict fits into broader world history and how events abroad affected the war.
Mark MeltonNovember 1, 2021