Fighting in Good Conscience: Reflections on 'War and Christian Ethics,' edited by Arthur F. Holmes

I have a deep and abiding respect for the men in our military. My admiration grew after I read Lone Survivor, the true account of a failed Navy Seal mission in Afghanistan, written by the only surviving soldier of team Redwing, Marcus Lattrell. In his moving and detailed account, Latrell describes the rigors of Navy … Continue reading Fighting in Good Conscience: Reflections on 'War and Christian Ethics,' edited by Arthur F. Holmes

Man's Universal Desire For Regeneration: Reflections on 'Enough: Staying Human in an Engineered Age' by Bill McKibben

On the last two pages of the first volume of Jonathan Edwards’ collected works resides a small yet significant piece of writing.  It is entitled, “Theological Questions,” and contains ninety inquiries into many topics apparently posed by Edwards himself and collected into a document.  Questions include queries from, “How do you prove that the Scriptures … Continue reading Man's Universal Desire For Regeneration: Reflections on 'Enough: Staying Human in an Engineered Age' by Bill McKibben