How has the Reformed tradition approached questions of right and wrong?
Does Protestant theology really privelege the will over the intellect?
Although pseudonymous, works credited to Clement give us a window into early church polity.
A new biography of Norway’s great Christian novelist is a surefire page-turner.
Zacharias Ursinus offers a neglected explanation for the seemingly difficult logic of penal substitution.
A new study on James Ussher’s Reformation defense and reform of episcopacy
Did Protestant theologians really endorse metaphysical univocity?
Genealogies of modernity often blame Protesantism. But are they right?
A review of Geerhardus Vos’s newly published “Natural Theology”
Virtue ethics shaped Christian moral philosophy for centuries. Will it do so again?