A recently published collection of Jonathan Edwards’ sermons showcases the 18th century theologian’s enduring insights.
Jesse CrutchleyFebruary 3, 2023
Though Wolfe’s arguments are complex and wide ranging, they frequently fail to hold up under scrutiny
Stuart KlenkFebruary 1, 2023
Burke is a defender of the institutions of Christian civilization. Understanding this liberates us from the need to defend failing institutions simply because those institutions happen to exist.
Timothy CutlerNovember 9, 2022
The purpose of Christian engagement in politics is not to eradicate injustice and evil but to express love towards people and to testify to the goodness of Christ
John BarrettAugust 5, 2022
Thomism and liberalism are not hopeless enemies: a review of The Christian Structure of Politics: On the De Regno of Thomas Aquinas
Jeffrey CimminoAugust 1, 2022
While Orthodox Christianity lacks the historical tradition of just war theory to criticize war, it does have a theological resource it could draw upon to condemn Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: personhood.
Lee TrepanierMay 25, 2022
In We the Fallen People, Tracy McKenzie takes on the conviction that the moral intuition of the American electorate is the basis for our democratic flourishing. This belief is summarized in the phrase, “America is great because she is good.”
Thomas J. WilsonJanuary 26, 2022
Someone like me who once lived in a totalitarian society finds it surprising and troubling that so many American churches have defined their mission as “to work for peace and justice in our world” but have neglected the defense of freedom as an essential part of their public ministry.
Lubomir Martin OndrasekJanuary 18, 2022
If we leave religion out of our national conversation, we end up with a vapid conversation that doesn’t address the deepest realities that move most of the people in this country.
Walter Russell MeadJanuary 4, 2022