How did the Westminster divines feel about natural theology and natural law?
Do the earliest days of church history offer pushback to a defense of “Christian nationalism”?
How did the Reformation world use tragedy to further its understanding of philosophy?
A quick look at Baptists in the 1600s troubles common assumptions about their politics.
How can we weave church history effectively into our preaching of the Gospel?
With “catholicity” resurgent among Reformed Christians, John Calvin’s ecumenism demands a closer examination.
In seeking an answer to how we achieve deep and lasting Christian formation, modern Protestants have often operated by Francis Bacon’s famous precept: “knowledge is power.”
The lessons and warnings of Reformed Protestants during the French Revolution.
Some recent Roman Catholic takes draw all the wrong lessons from this national crime.
At last, a worthy biography of the first confessional Reformed theologian to have truly grappled with modernity.