Henry Kissinger has done it again with the publication of this outstanding book on leadership.
Mark AmstutzJanuary 26, 2023
Human societies do not “fall into” a libertarian peace, nor do they self-organize at the grass-roots level into peaceful communes. No, they fall into anarchy, which is an open invitation to tyranny.
Eric PattersonOctober 3, 2022
It is not our task, fellow churchmen, to offer programs for the ordering of human life today. It is our function to present to those concerned with the secular order those theological presuppositions which are the indispensable basis of national and international health.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineMarch 5, 2021
We cannot lift or obfuscate the uniquely American burden of global leadership. But by staying involved and providing perspective, we may be able to lighten the load.
Drew GriffinSeptember 4, 2019
The key to a nations ability to administer authority is an understanding among its individual leaders that theirs is not the ultimate authority. And the key to a nation’s ability to harbor morality is an understanding among its individual leaders that their common sense is not the ultimate source of morality.
Drew GriffinJanuary 2, 2019
Five principles of servant leadership from Jesus’ earthly ministry inform our challenge.
Timothy MallardMay 30, 2018