Julian Assange’s ideology reveals startling similarities with anarchists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Mark R. RoyceMarch 21, 2023
The Christian challenge is to identify a role for good government to restrain evil alongside other God-given institutions while at the same time establishing robust means to check the evil of government.
Matthew T. MartensAugust 2, 2022
The Russian invasion of Ukraine helped the West remember that it is fortified by a shared love of peace.
Abigail WilsonJune 30, 2022
Eric Nelson’s newest book, The Theology of Liberalism: Political Philosophy and the Justice of God, is a compelling and fascinating dive into the theological origins of liberalism.
Daniel StrandFebruary 2, 2021
Washington is a waystation; Jerusalem is the destination. Only the King of Israel will decide when his kingdom will come. Until then we must live righteously, we must preach his kingdom, we must seek the peace of the city—but we must wait.
Robert NicholsonJanuary 15, 2021
The overall intent of Modern Papal Diplomacy and Social Teaching in World Affairs is to continue the rediscovery of theology’s influence on politics with respect to the recent papacy.
Mark R. RoyceJune 22, 2020
This essay, written by Lynn Harold Hough for Christianity and Crisis on October 19, 1942, praises the quiet strength and steely courage of the British people throughout World War Two.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineOctober 13, 2017
St. Thomas Aquinas knew more than his modern emendators do about grounding his just war deliberations—and much else—in the cardinal moral virtue of prudence.
Robert G. KaufmanSeptember 27, 2017
Because the U.N. does not have the power of the sword, the U.S. abstention in the recent U.N. vote has not weakened Israel at all; it has weakened the U.N.
Joshua MitchellJanuary 5, 2017