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The Blood Brothers of Jesus
Did Jesus have blood siblings?
“This Combined Secular and Religious Training”: Charles Hodge on Public Education in the Early Republic
Early Republic Protestant divines saw the implementation of a public educational system as a...
Losing Your Religion
A new poetry collection proves that postmodern verses forms still pair badly with religious poetry.
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From the Editor’s Desk – Ad Fontes Winter 2023
Introducing the Winter 2023 print edition of Ad Fontes.
Celtic Christianity: Myth and Reality
Gerald Bray asks: was there ever such thing as more wild and mystical Celtic Christianity?
Old Testament Sacraments? A Reformed Overview
Nathan Johnson unpacks a surprising belief of the Reformed tradition: that Old Testament believers had sacraments.
Trinity and Catholicity: A Survey of Global Trinitarianism for Western Readers
Glenn Butner introduces Western readers to the trinitarian theology of the majority world.
Christian Poetry in American Since 1940: A Review
John Wilson reviews a new anthology of Christian poetry over the last 80 years.
America on Trial: A Defense of the Founding: A Review
Brad Littlejohn reviews Robert Reilly's bizarre case for the influence of Roman Catholicism upon the American founding.
Living In Union With Christ: Paul’s Gospel and Christian Moral Identity: A Review
In ethics as in any other area, it is not we who live, but Christ who lives in us.
Calvin and the Resignification of the World: Creation, Incarnation, and the Problem of Political Theology in the 1559 Institutes: A Review
Calvin's theology exists not in the abstract, but in material, contextual and embodied forms that ebb and flow.
Jordan Peterson, God, and Christianity: The Search for a Meaningful Life: A Review
A thorough exploration of Jordan Peterson's fascinating and frustrating relationship with Christianity.
Gentle Discipline: Spenser’s Faerie Queene and Christian Elites
Spenser's poem presents a distinctly Protestant vision for Christian elites in church and society.