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Nineteenth Century Protestant intellectuals embraced a positivistic vision of liberty in the Early...
On the place of Christian books in the New Testament.
Changes in education remain among the most significant alterations in intellectual life in the...
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How should the Church live when worlds end?
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.
A thorough exploration of Jordan Peterson's fascinating and frustrating relationship with Christianity.
Spenser's poem presents a distinctly Protestant vision for Christian elites in church and society.
A translation of a Greek epigram by E. J. Hutchinson
What does the decline of the novel have to do with Protestantism?
An interview with the editors of the new 1662 Book of Common Prayer: International Edition
At last, a worthy biography of the first confessional Reformed theologian to have truly grappled with modernity.
"Protestants and American Conservatism" provides useful history, but a more charitable and accurate assessment is needed to develop a contemporary Protestant political theology