Evangelicals in Civic Life publication

The Moral Worldview of Dobbs

Andrew T. Walker

United States Supreme Court exterior

Justice Alito argues that life is worth protecting for its own sake

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WORLD Opinions / June 28, 2022

The Queen and the Role of a Christian Monarch

Brad Littlejohn

As the “defender of the faith,” Elizabeth serves as an inspiration to other political leaders

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World Opinions / June 28, 2022

Tom Hanks Gets Empathy Wrong

Carl R. Trueman

Yet in declaring that it is inappropriate for a straight actor to play a gay man on screen, Hanks negates the importance of the shared humanity that makes him empathetic in the first place.

First Things / June 23, 2022

A Conservative Revolutionary

Brad Littlejohn

Since no one loves the inherited goods of community, faith, and custom as dearly as the conservative, no one is liable to fight more fiercely when they are under mortal threat.

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National Affairs / June 21, 2022

The Culture of Sentimentality

Carl R. Trueman

Sentiment, rather than clear thinking, tends to guide so much of our ethical debate today.

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WORLD Opinions / June 21, 2022

The Western Water Crisis and the Mandate of Stewardship

Brad Littlejohn

A call for creative innovation and personal sacrifice

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WORLD Opinions / June 16, 2022

How To Talk About Christian Ethics

Andrew T. Walker

For the Christian to persist in the public square, we must not only be prepared to cite the sincerity of our claim, but the sound reasonabless undergirding it as well.

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First Things / June 15, 2022

We Peasants of the Metaverse

Brad Littlejohn

We cannot make sense of economic forms in the current century simply by applying the rules of the last.

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American Compass / June 13, 2022

A Culture of Coddling

Brad Littlejohn

All levels of authority have imbibed the idea that their responsibility is above all to shelter those under their care from any danger or risk.

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WORLD Opinions / June 9, 2022

Queer Nation is No Nation at All

Carl R. Trueman

For a flag to be a powerful, sacred symbol of unity and purpose, it has to symbolize a real common sense of unity.

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First Things / June 9, 2022

The Beauty of Transcendent Truths

Andrew T. Walker

Appealing to Non-Christians in the Public Square

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Light / June 2, 2022

Welcome to Pride Month, Christian

Carl R. Trueman

Social justice demands our opposition to its celebration and symbols

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WORLD Opinions / June 2, 2022