Political Theology

Hannah Arendt was a political philosopher. She was the author of several books and was professor at New School for Social Research and was a visiting Fellow of the committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago. I have been reading her 1951 book titled, The Origins of Totalitarianism . It...
Under God, Over the People We live in an era of growing governmental interference and intervention in the life of the local church. So what is the proper Biblical relationship between the civil magistrate and the church? Our hosts reach across the pond to discuss the topic with Oliver Allmand-Smith...
Dr. Carl Trueman visits from that “other” Alliance podcast (Mortification of Spin) to discuss his latest book: Strange New World: How Thinkers and Activists Redefined Identity and Sparked the Sexual Revolution . More than an abridged version of his 2020 bestseller The Rise and Triumph of the Modern...
COVID Repentance Peter VanDoodewaard is the pastor of Covenant Community Church in Taylors, SC. He’s in-house today to chat about an article he’s written for Reformation21.org titled Covid-19 Repentance. Peter's piece combines a reflection on the Old Testament minor prophets with the unprecedented...
Christopher Brittain
John Milbank, Beyond Secular Order: The Representation of Being and the Representation of the People . Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013. 298 pages. £24.99/$34.99 What if Duns Scotus had never written theology? According to John Milbank, Christendom would have been spared much of its own self-imposed...
Christopher Brittain
John Milbank, Beyond Secular Order: The Representation of Being and the Representation of the People . Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013. 298 pages. £24.99/$34.99 What if Duns Scotus had never written theology? According to John Milbank, Christendom would have been spared much of its own self-imposed...
Matthew Tuininga
In Part 1 of this series I observed that southern Presbyterian defenders of segregation emphasized the Old Testament as the authority for biblical norms regarding race over against the more New Testament oriented arguments of their opponents in the civil rights movement. The most prominent version...
Matthew Tuininga
In Part 1 of this series I observed that southern Presbyterian defenders of segregation emphasized the Old Testament as the authority for biblical norms regarding race over against the more New Testament oriented arguments of their opponents in the civil rights movement. The most prominent version...

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