LikeWar is an illuminating primer and helpful guide. The authors may be further commended for making it a lively and interesting read.
Javier PeñaJune 12, 2020
Because the war analogy breaks down and causes problems, comparing the COVID-19 pandemic to natural disasters like hurricanes makes more sense and helps society think through current dilemmas.
Mark MeltonJune 10, 2020
Three decades after the Cold War’s end, do we still need a nuclear arsenal today? Edward Ifft thinks not and in Christianity Today urges his fellow Christians to believe likewise. Peter Feaver, William Inboden, and Michael Singh disagree.
Peter Feaver & William Inboden & Michael SinghJune 8, 2020
Works by C.S. Lewis and Tim Keller can help us understand the outlines of a healthy Christian patriotism—a righteous love of one’s imperfect country and home, including the people there and much more.
Mark MeltonJanuary 22, 2019
A socially responsible Christian ethic understands that the ordinance of the nation-state—even in a fallen world—calls for prophetic scrutiny in hopes that it would be brought back in alignment with civic and moral righteousness.
Andrew T. WalkerJanuary 11, 2019
Missing from Bp. Curry’s message during the royal wedding is an appreciation of sin, its persistence and its power to corrupt human relationships. His is a prophecy filled with hope, but lacking humility. And in this, he bears false witness to our fallen world.
Matt GobushJune 20, 2018
If Michael Doran and Walter Russel Mead insist that Christian eschatology is relevant to American foreign policy, it makes sense to at least mention and analyze amillennialism and preterism.
Mark MeltonMay 7, 2018
This essay provides a brief overview of the just war tradition and then applies the framework to the problem of contemporary terrorism.
Eric PattersonNovember 30, 2016