All posts by Andrew Walker

Your Worldview Isn’t Enough

The land we inhabit is becoming more unfamiliar by the day. We may be witnessing the dawn of cultural exile. And quoting the Bible, I fear, won’t preserve our institutions or, for that matter, our culture. The Christian worldview has...

/ December 19, 2010

Mark Tooley on Religious Pacifism

Mark Tooley, president of the Institute on Religion and Democracy, has an excellent article up at The American Spectator on the Religious Establishment’s increasingly pacifist ethic. This issue is of particular significance to me as I spent most of my...

/ December 13, 2010

Apple and the Manhattan Declaration

In recent days, Steve Jobs and Apple have kowtowed to the Left and removed The Manhattan Declaration application from their app store after homosexual activists labeled the app “gay-hating” and “homo-hostile.” If you’ve not read the document (which you should),...

/ December 2, 2010

APP’s “Open Letter to CPAC”

The American Principles Project, brainchild of the estimable and invaluable Robert P. George, has posted an open letter to CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference) citing their refusal to attend this year’s February conference. The reason? CPAC, for the second year...

/ November 16, 2010

Concerning the GOP & Christianity

“God is not a Democrat or a Republican.”  This, we hear ad nauseum from a barrage of sophisticated twentysomethings insistent that partisanship has no place in the Kingdom. Yet, a recent rejoinder I heard merits presentation: “Yes, this is true,”...

/ November 8, 2010

Craig Carter Interview: Final Installment

Today is the last installment of Mere Orthodoxy’s interview with Dr. Craig Carter. We hope you’ve enjoyed this series and will venture over to his blog. Personally speaking, Dr. Carter’s blog represents the epitome of evangelical reflection upon the political and...

/ October 28, 2010

Craig Carter Interview, Part 2

MO: Who is your all-time political philosopher? Theologian? Do the two ever inform the other? CC: That is a good question.  As it happens, my favourite political philosopher is also my favourite theologian: Augustine of Hippo.  And I think that...

/ October 27, 2010

Interview: Craig Carter

Below is an interview with an individual who I believe is providing a truly unique voice in the blogosphere, Craig Carter. Dr. Carter is a Professor of Religious Studies at Tyndale College and blogs regularly at The Politics of the Cross...

/ October 26, 2010

A Lesson in Discernment: Michael Savage and Mandated Birth Control

We at Mere-O take no effort to conceal our theological and political perspective. We are conservative and proudly, at that. Hopefully, in enough time, you’ve come to realize that one cautious element we’re concerned with is learning to differentiate the...

/ October 9, 2010

My Own Remonstrance on “The Reformer”

Reading Christianity Today’s article on Dr. Albert Mohler titled “The Reformer” was genuinely perplexing and, well, disappointing. Now, I’ll admit that my response is coming from a particular perspective: I’m a student at Southern Seminary nearing completion of my MDiv....

/ October 5, 2010