Political Theology

The Protestant Reformers and the Natural Law Tradition

"Although it is decidedly true that they championed a particular understanding of grace and faith that took issue with their Roman Catholic counterparts, . . . they assumed the natural law as a part of the fabric of the created order and therein maintained continuity with those across the Reformation divide." - Public Discourse

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A Theology of Free Speech

"Absolute freedom of speech is not a moral right. ... there can be no moral right to commit wrong, although there may often be a legal right. And clearly a great deal of speech, expression, and writing is wrong—whether by spreading falsehood, seducing to sin, tearing down the innocent, and much more." - TGC

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American Culture Is Broken. Is Theonomy the Answer?

"Have you noticed this vision of Christianity in the public square that seems muscular, confident,... tired of Christianity’s never-ending losses in the culture war. It rightly criticizes the decadence, perversion, and irrational norms of secularism and understands that under the guise of 'neutrality,' secularism has become the functional god of this age." - TGC

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