Peter J. Leithart is President of the Theopolis Institute, Birmingham, Alabama, and an adjunct Senior Fellow at New St. Andrews College. He is author, most recently, of Gratitude: An Intellectual History (Baylor).
Peter J. Leithart
Proverbs’s epic poem throws our own cultural battles into high relief. Continue Reading »
Immense practical obstacles stand in the way of making the liberal principles of the Universal Declaration truly universal. Continue Reading »
Peter J. Leithart and Matthew Schmitz provide two Christian views on immigration. Continue Reading »
Jesus scrambles the map, turning the world inside out. Continue Reading »
National renewal won’t happen unless a nation pursues ends that transcend the nation. Continue Reading »
Anointed by the Spirit, we become living sacrifices, crowned with flame, not ash, and burning like the burning bush— burning, but not consumed. Continue Reading »
Birmingham has been known as the “City of Perpetual Promise,” but the promise is only perpetual because the city never quite lives up to it. Continue Reading »
Celebrations of Ruskin’s polymathic genius usually miss the role of Christianity in his outlook and writing. Continue Reading »
Protestants can offer a fundamental challenge to liberal order only insofar as we retain, and enhance, the sacrificial dimension of classical Protestantism. Continue Reading »
G. E. Moore helped dig the chasm that gapes, for good and ill, between the Victorians and us.
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