Trading Truth for Unity

From Web Exclusives

It is the issue that simply will not go away¯at least not in the post-Christian, post-consensus West. It is the issue that breeds a nasty recurring tendency to divide, and divide, and then divide some more. It is the issue to which (seemingly) every General Assembly, every major synod, and . . . . Continue Reading »

Reforming Natural Law

From the January 2007 Print Edition

Rediscovering the Natural Law in Reformed Theological Ethics by Stephen J. Grabill Eerdmans, 328 pages, $38 Stephen Grabill not only shows himself to be an astute observer of culture past and present, he also demonstrates a commitment, historically and ethically, to “think with the . . . . Continue Reading »