November 17, 2016
October 30, 2015
Abraham Kuyper’s Public Theology Today
Yesterday was Abraham Kuyper’s birthday, and tomorrow is Reformation Day, so it seems appropriate to note once again in this space that we have launched a new 12 volume series of Kuyper’s works. Continue Reading...
February 09, 2015
5 Reasons Why Christians Should Care About Economics
I recently pointed to a helpful talk by Greg Forster to highlight how understanding economics is essential for developing a holistic theology of work, vocation, and stewardship. Economics connects the personal to the public, and prods our attentions and imaginations to the broader social order. Continue Reading...
January 29, 2015
Why a Christian Anthropology Matters for Liberty and Love
November 19, 2014
How the Christian Worldview Changes Our Approach to Poverty
Christianity sets forth that humans are made in the image of God — that we have particular God-like characteristics when it comes to creation, cultivation, compassion, relationship, and so on. Such a remarkable truth tells us something deeply profound about the world we live in, as well as how we ought to respond in any number of situations. Continue Reading...
June 06, 2013
Is FDR’s D-Day Prayer Now Considered Partisan?
October 13, 2009
What hath Vienna to do with Colorado Springs?
July 18, 2006