What we do is not merely a sum of what each one of us individually does.
Christians are Christian human beings, made to occupy a piece of dirt in this world that they call home.
The Christian nation is an earthly entity whose natural principles are applied and fulfilled in light of grace.
On hospitality: its limits, conditions, and relation to other moral duties.
A Response to John Ehrett's critique of The Case for Christian Nationalism.
For several years now, I’ve heard evangelicals denounce the “mixing of faith and politics.” This juxtaposition has always frustrated me because it fails to make important distinctions and it offers a useful rhetorical device for secularist opponents to undermine Christian political action. In this article, I hope to provide concise and precise clarity on how faith and grace might relate to and “mix” with politics.