The second of three posts exploring Abraham Kuyper’s views on vaccines in the wake of a smallpox outbreak in the 1800s
The first of three posts highlighting Abraham Kuyper’s thoughts on vaccines after a smallpox outbreak in the 1800s
A quick look at Baptists in the 1600s troubles common assumptions about their politics.
Is “Americanism” really synonymous with liberalism, pluralism, and individualism?
An admirably concise, compelling, and elegant summary of the classic Christian just war tradition by John Jay.
The second installment of an essay reflecting on political theology through the lens of Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight” trilogy.
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.
The redistributive grammar of Luther’s theology of the Lord’s Supper underlies his vision for poor relief and, thus, implicates redistributive taxation.
Last week, John MacArthur used his immense stature in the evangelical church to call Christians to civil disobedience. WE