The first of two essays reflecting on judgment and justice in conversation with Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight”.
The lessons and warnings of Reformed Protestants during the French Revolution.
It is disorienting to realize one’s sympathies lie with an adulterer. How can Søren Kierkegaard make sense of it?
On learning to love Dante.
Both Christian and pagan alike sense that spring is the original state of the world. Fall, on the other hand, comes from the Fall.
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
The redistributive grammar of Luther’s theology of the Lord’s Supper underlies his vision for poor relief and, thus, implicates redistributive taxation.