Tag: Liberal Christianity
The Dim Future for Liberal Protestantism: Douthat and O’Donovan Together
I haven’t said much about Ross Douthat’s new book Bad Religion, in part because I’ve found it hard to think straight about a book that commends “mere orthodoxy” as a form of Christian public engagement. But unlike Chesterton, who gets there through...
Matthew Lee Anderson / July 16, 2012
Every Foreign Land their Fatherland, Yet Every Fatherland a Foreign Land
Another Fourth of July has come and gone, and many American Christians have thanked God for placing them within the borders of the United States. The love of nation and the love of God have had a history of becoming...
Ben Simpson / July 11, 2012