Carl R. Trueman
Why do many see abortion as a positive good? Continue Reading »
Long after Indiana's RFRA crisis is past, the changes in our political culture which it has revealed will continue to have consequences for religious conservatives. Continue Reading »
Thomas Aquinas's careful distinctions can help clarify the precise nature of recent moral changes. Continue Reading »
When pastoral language is the same as political rhetoric, Christians face an array of difficult problems. Continue Reading »
Over twenty years on, the practical impact of the Evangelicals and Catholics Together is not hard to discern. Positively, it was part of a larger collaboration that gave us the Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture and other related volumes. It also helped to foster the culture which surrounds First Things, perhaps the most articulate organ for the expression of conservative religious voices in the current cultural climate. Negatively, it shattered friendships and bred suspicion. Most notably, it served to rupture the relationship between J. I. Packer and leading Calvinistic evangelicals such as John MacArthur and R. C. Sproul. Continue Reading »
As Scot McKnight points out, some conversions from evangelicalism to Rome may not simply be the result of a failure to instil theology. Continue Reading »
Recent events at Georgetown University are symptomatic of the degeneration of moral discourse in America. Continue Reading »
Far from being criticized, Wesleyan University should be congratulated for revealing the ethical assumptions and the practical destination of the politics of sexual identity.
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Scientific research has disturbing implications for building ethics on the principle of consent.
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Two recent articles reveal the weakness of both secularism and much of contemporary Christianity. Continue Reading »