Tim Keller, Politics and the Triumph of the Crucifixion
The cross itself was a moment of victory for God and His people, and Christians need to remember this in our efforts to imitate Christ.
MPPs say Farewell to Family
The Ontario Legislature’s decision to approve the “All Families Are Equal” Act is a mockery of justice and a galling misappropriation of God’s design for the family.
Power in Service
Willem Ouweneel provides an introduction to Christian political theory in this short work, considering such questions as What is the Kingdom of God? Where is it located, what are the limits of its authority, and how does it relate to human states and governments? In light of the Kingdom of God, what is the Christian’s responsibility to the state?
The Bible and Nationalism
What does Scripture have to say about the existence of nations and national identity? How does this apply to our current geopolitical environment?
The Biblical Role of the State
Learn about the proper, biblical role of the state in light of the "Brexit" referendum result.
Dead Men Walking
As our culture and nation have pursued a course away from the God of Scripture and his righteous rule, we have not ceased to worship, but have merely exchanged true worship for idolatry in culture and politics.
Politics and the Gospel
How does the church engage politically without compromising the gospel of Jesus Christ?
Voting and the Role of the State
With referendum looming in the U.K over whether to leave the European Union, how should Christians understand the practice of voting, the role of the state, and the true nature of freedom?
Politics and Providence
There is a mystery to God's providence. We cannot fully understand what God is doing in the world simply by observing what is happening in the world.
Wisdom and Government Part 3
Wisdom in all spheres of government - civil, self, family, church and vocation - is to recognize and live in light of the reign of Christ over all things.
Wisdom and Government Part 2
The biblical understanding of folly is not mere stupidity, but a self-centered pragmatism that shows contempt for the Lord, his Word, and his servants.