In what way, if any, is the rainbow a sacrament of God’s covenant with Noah?
America on Trial: A Defense of the Founding: A Review
Brad Littlejohn reviews Robert Reilly’s bizarre case for the influence of Roman Catholicism upon the American founding.
No Ashes to Ashes: An Anglican History of Ash Wednesday
Are ashes on Ash Wednesday really an Anglican tradition?
Shakespeare Notebook 2023: “Richard II”
Contemplating the tension between divine right and popular rule with the Bard and the Reformers.
“Those Words Are Pure Heavenly Thunder”: Luther on Attending to Every Word
Martin Luther, Galatians 1:4, and the importance of reading slowly.
Protestant Social Teaching: Law and the Christian
Like all the contributors, I suspect, I was very excited to see Davenant Press's recent volume, Protestant Social Teaching: An Introduction,((Protestant Social Teaching: An Introduction, edited by Onsi Aaron Kamel, Jake Meador, and Joseph Minich (Davenant Press,...
“He Has Given His Victory to Us”: Luther on the Resurrection and Justification
Martin Luther on the connection between Christ’s resurrection and our justification.
Luther on the Kinds of Righteousness (2)
Martin Luther on passive, i.e. Christian, righteousness.
Luther on the Kinds of Righteousness (1)
Martin Luther delineates the different kinds of righteousness, so that that Christian righteousness can come mor sharply into focus.
“The Most Difficult Thing of All”: Luther on Justification and Passive Righteousness
Martin Luther on why believing in justification by faith alone is a matter of the highest art and skill.