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
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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Outside sports, where can you see fine-tuned teamwork in action, where hard work, skill, and grit are rewarded in real time? Continue Reading »
First Things is indispensable as a guide through the shadows of our current disruptions and discontents. Continue Reading »
Early Rain Covenant Church in Chengdu is being persecuted because the church refuses to register with the state or join the officially sanctioned Three-Self Patriotic Movement. Continue Reading »
The Coens’ hipness isn’t skin deep, but it doesn’t go all the way down either. Continue Reading »
The hosts of heaven proclaim the good news that in Jesus mankind has reached its destiny. Continue Reading »