Tag: christianity

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 […]

An Election Sermon

Preached before His Excellency James Bowdoin, Esq. Introduction Joseph Lyman was born in 1749 at New London, Connecticut; he died […]

Cultural Insurgency

The importance of winning at the moral level of cultural conflict A few years ago in online right circles, paleoconservative […]

The Political Church

Or, on Two-Fold Ecclesiastical Government There is much talk of the two swords, kingdoms, and regiments (or administrations) of Christ. […]

The Map

Adventure Awaits It is a ubiquitous feature of modern life. In our hands we hold, via our smartphones, maps which […]