In this article, Andrew T. Walker argues, “Democrats, with the wind at their backs, have little desire to defend religious freedom and are advancing a take-no-prisoners approach in their culture war victory.”
On Episode 20 of The CR:V Podcast Chris Bolt speaks with Stephen Wolfe about political theology, the role of pastors, and political theory. They discuss the place of morality, character, and public witness in relation to politics. They also address several articles, one from John Piper and another from Wolfe.
Owen Strachan recently delivered a series of six talks on Christianity & Wokeness which you can find below.
The following was published initially on Twitter here.
That phrase – “…we’ve never known before” frustrates me deeply. Let me start here: Ray & I, as best I can tell from his tweets, see Christian faithfulness in 2020 in profoundly different & significant ways. I do, however, think he is a brother and I want to respect our common confession of faith & him as an older believer to the greatest degree I can. So, my frustrations: This newly discovered, high-minded, third-way-is-faithfulness approach that Ortlund is praising (and that shows up the writings of The Gospel Coalition, David French, Thomas Kidd, etc. – to name some recent examples) is particularly exhausting for those of us in the evangelical camp who were saying we were politically homeless years and years and years ago.