How accurate are the parallels Rod Dreher draws between the Soviet Union and America today?
Drinking deeply from the well of the Old Testament, first English and Dutch Protestants, and then others throughout Europe, began to discern in the experience of the nation of Israel a model for their own experiences as particular nations, forged from many tribes in response to common enemies and in obedience to common laws, and covenanted before God to pursue justice and righteousness.
In the past eighteen months of the Covid pandemic crisis, there has been a great deal of attention on how to control the governed—keep them inside, keep them separated, keep them masked, get them vaccinated—but relatively little on restraining the inevitable abuse or ill-advised use of that control.
How scientism conflicts with science by stifling debate, citing expert credentials to demand unquestioning acceptance, and uses the power of science to advance political agendas.
Kevin DeYoung critiques the proposal for racial reparations made by Duke Kwon and Greg Thompson in their new book Reparations: A Call for Repentance and Renewal.
Nationalism, despite its dangers, remains the best political philosophy available to Christians.
Former Mumford and Sons band member Winston Marshal stands for his convictions against the radical left.
In this translation of portions of an interview with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán (to our knowledge the only Calvinist head of state in the world) we get a glimpse into how one modern Democratic nation has attempted to infuse Christian principles into its governance.