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.
“The Light That Gives Us Heaven”: A Greek Epigram on Paul
A translation of a Greek epigram by E. J. Hutchinson
An original poem by Rhys Laverty
My Brother’s Friends
An original poem by Colin Chan Redemer
An original poem by Malcolm Guite
Postliberal Gods and Monsters
To counter non-Christian postliberal thinkers, the Church must reckon with the end of Western civilization.
In Darkness, Light: Francis of Assisi, Proto-Reformer
How did Francis of Assissi anticipate, yet differ from, the Protestant Reformers?
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