“There is much for the chaplain to teach the church, as well as much instruction to be received from the church.”
Christianity & Crisis Magazine & Mark MeltonOctober 13, 2020
“After our arrival we went up to the town of Savannah; and the same evening I went to a friend’s…
Eric M. WashingtonJune 19, 2020
Matthew A. Sutton’s Double Crossed is an important book that offers a case study of how religious leaders contributed to national security in a challenging wartime environment.
Mark AmstutzJune 1, 2020
Understanding how Christian statesmen like John Foster Dulles viewed difficult foreign policy issues can help Christians respond to contemporary dilemmas.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineMarch 24, 2020
Formal religious adherence is declining, but America’s longtime religious self-identity as a lodestar of democratic responsibility in the world continues unabashed.
Mark TooleyFebruary 28, 2020
Can other churches use hail and farewell events to welcome military families better, educate civilians about military life, and show how servicemembers serve the church?
Mark MeltonAugust 22, 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
While there is enormous merit to Michael Doran’s binary and overall thesis in his First Things essay, there are some complicating factors that obscure the “wondrous chasm” between Jacksonianism and Progressivism.
John D. WilseyApril 19, 2018
The foreign policies of Teddy Roosevelt and his distant cousin Franklin D. Roosevelt represent an intersection between two different Protestant worldviews.
Mark TooleyApril 16, 2018
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