“Protestants and American Conservatism” provides useful history, but a more charitable and accurate assessment is needed to develop a contemporary Protestant political theology
James Wilson and the Common Sense Theory of the Common Law
When Thomas Paine published Common Sense in 1776, his was not the only commonly held sense of the term “common sense.” Ironically, the term was already complicated at the American founding.
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