There’s a debate going on over at Bleeding Heart Libertarians about the reasonableness of Christianity, whether or not this means it needs to be epistemically justified, and what that means for its place in setting public policy.
As it turns out, the attackers in the comments and responses make some very . . .
It is apparent that there is a principle by which the universe was created and is ordered. This is a point on which little substantial disagreement is possible; one hardly deniable by even the staunchest atheist, whether or not he calls it God. But this is so because the claim . . .
Abraham Kuyper, the Dutch Reformed theologian, is perhaps most famous for his quote, “No single piece of our mental world is to be hermetically sealed off from the rest, and there is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence over which Christ, who is Sovereign . . .
Or, What the Doctrine of Election Says about Your Vote in the Next Election.
One of the lesser splits between Catholic and Protestant doctrine concerns the relation of politics to the fall of man. Would we have presidents and legislatures and kings on earth had there been no fall? Certainly if . . .