Christian Materialism

Christian Materialism

Can we right apply the term “sacrament” to marriage and meals? In this essay, I hope to stimulate Protestants to think about creation in more sacramental categories and to view our rituals as transformative by God’s design. I’ll defend the goodness of matter as...
Flag-Burning and the Third Commandment

Flag-Burning and the Third Commandment

The first church I ever joined had two flags in the sanctuary: the Christian flag on one side of the pulpit and Old Glory on the other. Though I hadn’t given it much thought at the time, I later realized this was a symptom of an unspoken assumption that...
God’s Sovereignty in Abortion

God’s Sovereignty in Abortion

Within a hundred miles of you in either direction, it’s likely that there’s an abortion clinic. Mothers walk in, and mothers of deceased little ones walk out. They interpret the situation differently, of course. They think they go there as expectant mothers and walk...
Trust Not in Horses and Chariots

Trust Not in Horses and Chariots

In an article published last year by the Mises Institute, Ryan McMaken reflected on the psychological effects of September 11, 2001: In the wake of the attacks of September 11, 2001, some pointed out that “the government can’t keep you safe, but it can get...

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