Commentary on Winthrop’s Vindication John Winthrop was governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony for twelve years between 1630 and 1648 and […]
Surveying the Historic Role of the Protestant Magistrate Last year, I compiled a list of religion clauses in early state […]
God’s moral law is the only true foundation for a just and healthy society.
Circumstances have aligned themselves in a way that offers you the opportunity to play a heroic role in American history.
Could I run for office with an uncompromising campaign and emerge victorious? The resounding answer is, Yes.
Final Commentary on Michael Hudson’s Divine Right of Government The prior two entries of this commentary series cover the lion’s […]
Michael Hudson on the Religious Role of Christian Kings We began a summary of Michael Hudson’s lengthy work on Divine […]
Michael Hudson and the Meaning of Divine Right Introduction The typical understanding of jus divinum, divine right, especially in ecclesiological […]
Commentary on Andrew Eliot’s Election Sermon There’s a new resource up here at American Reformer: Andrew Eliot’s 1765 election day […]
Michael Knowles is Right. Nationalism is Protestant Michael Knowles is right. Nationalism is Protestant. I would add, in this sense, […]