Studying King Saul’s combat experiences can help us understand his personality change and violence toward David.
Michael AndersonMarch 26, 2020
What will be lost to many—including too many Christians—is the fact that this pledge of “never again” is, if it is to mean anything at all, a promise to fight if, in the last resort and with the aim of peace, nothing else will protect the innocent, requite an injustice, or punish evil.
Marc LiVeccheJanuary 27, 2020
For Providence readers, there are three topics of particular interest from the Prodigal Prophet’s second half: justice, politics, and patriotism.
Mark MeltonJuly 31, 2019
Against pacifist sentiment and calls for isolationism, Reinhold Niebuhr insisted on a realistic Christian response to political crises, one willing to dirty its hands to avoid catastrophic evil. However, his dialectic between love and justice produces a catastrophic paradox.
Marc LiVeccheJuly 7, 2017