On Sexual Harassment/Abuse

Harvey Weinstein (famous Hollywood producer) has been accused of sexual abuse, harassment, and rape. His accusers came forward, and then dozens of others have been accused, with dozens and dozens of accusers. Powerful men from several industries, from the political right and left. President Trump, of course, was accused by 15 or so women before […]

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Success or the Cross? (More on Trump and Evangelicals)

I am hardly the only, and surely the least significant, religious conservative writing about the problems related to the Trump-evangelical association. Michael Horton has a helpful piece in the Washington Post this week detailing Trump’s heretical advisors, and Philip Yancey also has an excellent piece on Trump and the evangelicals. Some thoughts: Horton fills in some […]

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5 Books to Read in 2017

Some things I plan to read (or finish, or continue reading) in 2017, related to theology and/or politics: Schmemann’s For the Life of the World. This has been part of my devotional reading for a few weeks now and I find it stunning. If you are an Evangelical who likes Peter Leithart or Jamie Smith, then […]

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President-Elect Donald Trump and Evangelicals, part 3

Presidential Election 2016 is over, and the president-elect is Donald Trump – reality star, business mogul, brand-unto-himself. White Evangelicals provided a big and important part of his support. So, how might Evangelicals view a Trump presidency? In part 1, I looked at my own personal reaction to Trump’s victory; in part 2, I examined some issues where Evangelicals should be opposed […]

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President-Elect Donald Trump and Evangelicals, part 2

Presidential Election 2016 is over, and the president-elect is Donald Trump – reality star, business mogul, brand-unto-himself. White Evangelicals provided a big and important part of his support. So, how might Evangelicals view a Trump presidency? In part 1, I looked at my own personal reaction to Trump’s victory; in part 2, I am looking at some issues where Evangelicals […]

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President-Elect Donald Trump and Evangelicals, part 1

Presidential Election 2016 is over, and the president-elect is Donald Trump – reality star, business mogul, brand-unto-himself. White Evangelicals provided a big and important part of his support. So, how might Evangelicals view a Trump presidency? In part 1, I am looking at my own personal reaction to Trump’s victory; in part 2, I will examine some issues where […]

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