Was the British Empire, all things considered, as evil as some say?
Trey DimsdaleMay 25, 2023
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
Illegal economic migrants should be returned home, Biggar said, otherwise additional waves will be encouraged to migrate, nullifying national borders.
Mark TooleyNovember 9, 2021
Today any serious book searching for the meaning of rights, natural rights, and human rights is welcome, but in “What’s Wrong with Rights?” Biggar seems preoccupied with a straw man—the claim that rights are absolute.
Aaron RhodesMarch 18, 2021
For more than a century, the Royal Air Force has made a vital contribution to the military defense of the West.
Nigel BiggarApril 1, 2020
Westminster Abbey recently held a commemorative service to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the Royal Navy submariners’ continuous at-sea nuclear deterrent, carrying the Trident nuclear missile system. Some Christian anti-nuclear activists were unhappy.
Marc LiVeccheMay 17, 2019
In memory of Michael Cromartie, who passed away yesterday, here is his speech at Providence’s launch event in November 2015.
Michael CromartieAugust 29, 2017
It is said that victory has a thousand fathers, but defeat is an orphan. In the case of NATO’s military intervention in Libya six years ago, both sides of the adage seem to apply.
Matt GobushApril 19, 2017
The First Marine Division’s paragon of virtue, Chesty Puller, upheld the standards of just warfighting and respect, if not love, of the enemy. We pray his progeny leading the defense of our nation today will do the same.
Matt GobushFebruary 23, 2017