Does the “social justice” turn of some evangelicals line up with New Testament’s approach to societal problems?
Do the earliest days of church history offer pushback to a defense of “Christian nationalism”?
Survival and Resistance in Christian America: Christian Reconstruction in the Pacific Northwest: A Review
A fine addition to an expanding list of historically grounded monographs on Christian Reconstruction.
A quick look at Baptists in the 1600s troubles common assumptions about their politics.
Are Baptists really at their best when they’re on the fringes?
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.
“Protestants and American Conservatism” provides useful history, but a more charitable and accurate assessment is needed to develop a contemporary Protestant political theology
Last week, John MacArthur used his immense stature in the evangelical church to call Christians to civil disobedience. WE
So far, I have worked to argue that the English Reformed tradition had already become considerably less magisterial by the mid-seventeenth century. Next, I want to suggest that Cromwell’s move towards supporting a kind of multiple establishment had echoes in the early republic, first in the abortive attempts to create shared establishments that would support churches of various denominations, as was attempted by Jefferson’s enemies in Virginia, then by the creation of an informal evangelical establishment in which Presbyterians and Congregationalists played the central role.