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
An original poem by Rhys Laverty
An original poem by Colin Chan Redemer
An original poem by Malcolm Guite
To counter non-Christian postliberal thinkers, the Church must reckon with the end of Western civilization.
How did Francis of Assissi anticipate, yet differ from, the Protestant Reformers?