Can Baptists Be Christian Nationalists?
Even one of the most pro-religious liberty, pro-separation of Church and State Baptists recognized that the Constitution was rooted in principles derived from God.
The Moral Outrage Game
It appears that our most bitter political divisions are over what we all truly should consider morally outrageous.
Social Contract Theory: Serpent or Dove?
In America, the structure—real or hypothetical—is generally fine; the moral inputs are what plague us.
Acts 29 and the Big Sort
In the midst of this Big Sort, there has never been a greater opportunity to lead with clarity and courage.
The Problems of Christian Nationalism
What is really at issue is strategic how much influence is warranted in the political environment, and tactical, the right electoral appeal.
Politics and Creation
Politics, as a reflection of the image of the God who first ordered and forever rules the world, is fundamental to who we are as human beings.
Classical Education & Its Discontents
If the CLT reforms their position, then they will become a profound, perhaps unparalleled, force for good.
The Importance of Christ’s Ascension
All Christians at all times need to know, rest, and rely on the truths present in Christ’s ascension.
Towards a Christian Vitalism
Young men will be won over by reading stories of Christian heroes or even more by seeing living examples of Christian strength.
The Blessedness of Motherhood
Feminine nature has a way of asserting itself. Women are naturally and instinctively inclined to make homes.