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Author: Jeff Wright

Is America the Last, Best Hope of the World?

The idea that America is the last, best hope of the world is the spirit that animates a great deal of political activity in our country. The “last, best hope” is one of the most enduring rallying cries preached to garner support and enthusiasm for major government initiatives throughout American history. It has become such a widely accepted notion that its veracity and relevance for lawmaking and executive action is simply assumed, even among Christians.

Is a fight with ISIS a “just war”?

Drone Warfare and the Principle of Discrimination in the “War on Terror” Americans seem to have fully regained their appetite for war in the wake

War in the forest

Should the USA pull out of Syria?

President Trump’s decision to relocate approximately 50 U.S. troops within Syria set off a firestorm of outrage and disbelief. I am not particularly interested in

The Idol of National Security

Exodus 1:8 Now there arose a new king over Egypt, who did not know Joseph. 9 And he said to his people, Behold, the people

Power Politics in the Name of Love

Christians in America continue to wrestle with the challenge of how best to engage politically following the corrosive aftermath of the 2016 Presidential election. Some

Start With Jesus As King

American Christians just can’t quit our addiction to power. We have no problem with the notion that a majority should be able to use the

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