fbpx

Theology

Theology

Libertarians, Inerrancy, and the Problem of Romans 13

Romans 13 and Inerrancy Theology, liberty, and economics are my favorite topics to study, debate, or teach, especially when they …

Read More
Theology

Militarism and Easter

On this Good Friday, Christians are focused on the sacrifice of Jesus Christ as a propitiation for the sins of …

Read More
Politics

Compulsory Charity is not Charitable At All

This guest post is by Rev. Donald Ehrke. He is a Libertarian, a former GOP campaign manager, and ordained minister …

Read More
Christian Worldview

Hope for the Dead, Hope for the Living

Two articles came to my attention today that are well worth reading. The first comes from Judge Andrew Napolitano as …

Read More
Theology

Pray for Our Troops

I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men; (1 …

Read More
Media

Friday Challenge: Spot the theological problem

It’s Friday, let’s play a game! Today’s challenge is to spot the theological problem in this song: Okay, I’ll give …

Read More
Theology

Is Wealth a Sin?

Whenever statistics about inequality and the so-called “control of wealth” get published, the Progressive blogosphere goes wild and their social …

Read More
Culture

Phil Robertson’s Victory Over the Secular Theocracy

This guest post is by David Theroux, Founder and President of the Independent Institute. This two-part series (see part 1) …

Read More
Book Reviews

Looking Forward by Looking Backward (My Personal 2013 Recap)

Adult maturity is partly evidenced by how well we allow our past to influence our vision and hope for the …

Read More
Theology

For to Us a Child is Born: Reflections on Isaiah 9:6-7

Isaiah 9:6-7 (NIV 1984): 6 For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the …

Read More
Truly He Taught Us to Love One Another
Theology

Truly He Taught Us to Love One Another

Christians carry around much of their theology within the songs that we sing. That is why the content of our …

Read More
History

Erasmus on the Just War

“The most just of wars brings with it a train of evils—if indeed any war can really be called just.” …

Read More
History

Erasmus on Soldiers

“Who could possibly tell how many hardships these idiots of soldiers put up with in their camps? And they deserve …

Read More
History

Erasmus on Christianity and War: Christian War Fever

“I simply admit that I have written some rather distasteful things for the purpose of frightening Christians away from the …

Read More
History

Erasmus on the Evils of War

“Since we see that there is hardly ever any respite from wars, which normally arise from the ambition or anger …

Read More
Culture

Should the Ten Commandments be posted?

Someone asked me what I thought about the Ten Commandments being posted inside or in front of courthouses. My short answer is: what’s the point?, who cares?, and this is much ado about nothing. My long answer is what follows.

Read More
Book Reviews

Christian Anti-Capitalism

Review of Daniel M. Bell Jr., The Economy of Desire: Christianity and Capitalism in a Postmodern World (Baker Academic, 2012), …

Read More
Book Reviews

Just Politics

To get an idea of Ronald Sider’s perspective in this book, we might begin with a look at the man …

Read More
Theology

Follies of Christian Militarism

Introduction to War, Christianity, and the State: Essays on the Follies of Christian Militarism by Laurence Vance (Vance Publications, 2013), …

Read More
History

Adultery and the State–Moral Courage or Moral Busybodies?

The legislature of the state of Colorado recently passed, and the governor signed into law, a bill to repeal an …

Read More
Culture

You might be guilty of military idolatry if…

This past Memorial Day brought forth the usual military idolatry. What makes it worse, though, is that this military idolatry …

Read More
Theology

Shall We Smite With the Sword?

Philip Mauro (1859-1952) was born in St. Louis, Missouri, and educated at Columbian University in the nation’s capital, now known …

Read More
Christian Worldview

The Idolatry of Statism

This guest post is by LCC reader Paul Maitrejean. Many Christians today are quick to leap to the defense of …

Read More
Christian Worldview

Citizenship and Allegiance

Growing up I was taught to value the greatness and splendor that is The United States of America. For a …

Read More
Featured

Theology doesn’t begin and end with Romans 13

On Easter Sunday, I joined a Facebook thread where the role of government and Romans 13 were discussed. A number …

Read More

Headline

Never Miss A Story

Get our Weekly recap with the latest news, articles and resources.