In “Distinctively Common” an essay by Clay Cooke – a PhD candidate at Fuller Seminary and Free University of Amsterdam … Continue reading Bavinck’s Virtue Ethics
Today I came across an interesting article by Gordon Graham on Neo-Calvinism and Contemporary Political philosophy. In this article he … Continue reading Abraham Kuyper vs. John Rawls
No. He was not a liberation theologian, far from it, however some of the things he says certainly latches on … Continue reading Kuyper the Liberation Theologian?
Anarchy – the government is unnecessary, undesirable, or harmful. On one end of the spectrum of anarchism you have some … Continue reading Why We Won’t Need the Government Anymore (Maybe)
If you are looking for some books on the interaction between Christianity and Culture here are some I definitely recommend. … Continue reading Recommended books on Christ and Culture
Hey Melissa, thanks for writing to me explaining your situation. I can definitely sympathize with you. At one point in … Continue reading A Letter to a Confused Christian Artist
I work with college students so a discussion regarding Christianity and the arts is a typical occurrence. About a month … Continue reading Calvin, College Students, and the Arts