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Why Is Jesus Still Wounded After His Resurrection?

Peter Wehner

All things, even broken things, can be made new again, and sometimes they can be made even more beautiful. And they need not be hidden, in shadows or in shame.

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The New York Times / April 3, 2021

The Man Who Refused to Bow

Peter Wehner

Adam Kinzinger is a liberated individual—liberated from his party leadership, liberated from the fear of being beaten in a primary, liberated to speak his mind.

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The Atlantic / February 27, 2021

If Republicans Don’t Disown Trump, He Will Continue to Own Them

Peter Wehner

Why do Republicans continue to defend a man who lost the popular vote by more than seven million votes, whose recklessness after the election cost them control of the Senate, and who is causing a flight from the Republican Party?

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The New York Times / February 14, 2021

The Moral Inversion of the Republican Party

Peter Wehner

Republicans are at risk of being devoured by the forces they placed in control.

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The Atlantic / February 4, 2021

The End of Trump Can Be the Beginning of America

Peter Wehner

It made sense that once President Trump left the White House, powerful emotions would be unleashed.

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The New York Times / January 22, 2021

Christians as a Cultural Minority (Again)

Peter Wehner

The greatest and most powerful Christian distinctive is not the exercise of power; it is the offer of grace.

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The Washington Institute / January 14, 2021

Many Republicans Own This Insurrection

Peter Wehner

Responsibility for the storming of the Capitol extends well beyond President Trump.

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The Atlantic / January 7, 2021

Some Republicans Have Finally Found a Line They Won’t Cross

Peter Wehner

The GOP needs leaders who will distance their party from the wreckage and the ruin the president has brought.

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The Atlantic / January 4, 2021

Cowards are Destroying the GOP

Peter Wehner

Those who have hoped that Republican leaders would begin to break free from Donald Trump once he lost the election have not understood the nature of the change that has come over the party’s base.

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The Atlantic / December 31, 2020

The Forgotten Radicalism of Jesus Christ

Peter Wehner

First-century Christians weren’t prepared for what a truly radical and radically inclusive figure Jesus was, and neither are today’s Christians. We want to tame and domesticate who he was, but Jesus’ life and ministry don’t really allow for it.

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The New York Times / December 24, 2020

Trump Is Losing His Mind

Peter Wehner

The president is discussing martial law in the Oval Office, as his grip on reality falters.

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The Atlantic / December 20, 2020

Trump’s Most Malicious Legacy

Peter Wehner

The outgoing president leaves behind a tribalistic, distrustful, and sometimes delusional political culture.

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The Atlantic / December 7, 2020