Of Pilgrims and Communism

As people in the United States celebrate Thanksgiving this week, we rightly express gratitude for the divine providence that sustains all of us. The iconography of this American holiday is made up of capotain hats and turkeys and other images associated with the English pilgrims at Plymouth and their Native benefactors. Since the first official […]

Romans 13 and Stateless Civil Governance: A Reformed View

This is a guest post by Gregory Baus. Gregory is a sometimes itinerant English teacher, and graduate student in philosophy at North-West University, South Africa. See his profile here. The Reformed theological tradition historically holds to an interpretation of Romans 13 that, in its basic outline, is compatible with libertarian anarchism, or ‘stateless civil governance.’ […]