Author: Timon Cline

Timon Cline

Timon Cline is the Editor in Chief at American Reformer. He is an attorney and a fellow at the Craig Center at Westminster Theological Seminary and the Director of Scholarly Initiatives at the Hale Institute of New Saint Andrews College. His writing has appeared in the American Spectator, Mere Orthodoxy, American Greatness, Areo Magazine, and the American Mind, among others. He writes regularly at Modern Reformation and Conciliar Post.

Can’t Stop Mugshot Trump

And Big Eva Doesn’t Like It Donald Trump’s campaign funding skyrocketed last year after the infamous Georgia mugshot. It was […]

Lobster or Frog?

Maybe Paine, not Burke, is Right for Our Times Consider, if you will, that Thomas Paine, not Edmund Burke, may […]

A Political Solution

How to Ordinarily Renew a Nation The past couple months have been surreal. Megan Basham, Santiago Pliego, and Doug Wilson […]

What We’ve Been Reading

Spring Book Recommendations from the Editors Ben Dunson, Contributing Editor Edmund Burke’s (1729–97) most famous writing was his trenchant analysis […]

Kitsch Catharsis

Review of Andrew Garland’s Civil War “My pain is constant and sharp, and I do not hope for a better […]

But What If We Win?

Commentary on John Davenport Consternation from certain wings of Evangelicalism over Christian nationalism consistently ignores threshold questions for essential any […]

Ordained by Heaven

Commentary on Joseph Lyman’s 1787 election sermon Ben Dunson has an excellent column out today combatting misconceptions in the resurgent […]

Esoteric Dune

Denis Villeneuve: Corrupter of the Youth Knowing where the trap is—that’s the first step in evading it. This is like […]