70 years on, Simone Weil’s “The Need for Roots” remains prescient in diagnosing modern social and political woes.
Brad Littlejohn looks for the positives in an overall disappointing volume on Natural Law in the Early Modern era
Kevin DeYoung reviews an important new book on religious liberty in the USA.
Prevailing evangelical understandings of what “Christendom” is or was are often hugely mistaken.
Brad Littlejohn reviews Robert Reilly’s bizarre case for the influence of Roman Catholicism upon the American founding.
Amid current confusion and controversy, we must chart a better vision for a Christian politics.
A follow-up to our recent debate.
Does our behavior on the freeway really evidence a Hobbesian “state of nature?”
Scripture, history, and wisdom all mean that republicanism remains a non-starter in Britain.
With contemporary politics in the gutter, how can Christians dignify the enterprise?