Peter Wehner Archives - Ethics & Public Policy Center

The Scandal Rocking the Evangelical World

The sudden departure of Russell Moore from the Southern Baptist Convention is forcing an overdue conversation about the crises of American Christendom.

An Interview with Dr. Francis Collins

EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner talks with the director of the National Institutes of Health about the extraordinary effort to develop a COVID vaccine in record time, what surprised him the most about the coronavirus, the investigation into the virus’s origins, and whether any collateral good might come from this horrible pandemic.

Trump Is Marching Down the Road to Political Violence

The Republican Party must counteract lies rather than indulge them.

In Liz Cheney vs. Donald Trump, Guess Who Won

Declaring fealty to a lie has become the single most important test of loyalty in today’s Republican Party.

The Battle Cry for a Post-Trump GOP

Rejuvenating the Republican Party will depend on examples of leadership, vision and a base ready to reembrace conservatism’s highest ideals.

The GOP Is a Grave Threat to American Democracy

The best thing those who love the Republican Party can do for it is to speak the truth about it.

Why Is Jesus Still Wounded After His Resurrection?

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.

The Man Who Refused to Bow

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.

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

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?

The Moral Inversion of the Republican Party

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