Christian Pacifism

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

ne who accepts the stance—that New Testament nonresistance is the claim of Christ upon his disciples as an expression of the reality of his kingdom—will also follow other evangelical premises of faithfulness to Christ. For example, can one participate in war and take the life of a person for whom Christ died when our basic […]

Liberal Christianity

Sunday, January 25th, 2009

IBERAL CHRISTIANITY APPEARS TO HAVE A LEADER again, but can this silver tongued master of disguise really pump up the volume of liberal Christianity (which is probably nothing more than dressed up Marxism)? President Obama has a chance to broaden his vision by looking away from narrow Western liberalism to global Christianity. Fortunately, this global […]

The Poisoning Of Man

Friday, July 18th, 2008

“GOETHE ONCE TERMED the struggle between belief and unbelief the great theme of world history, picking up a theme of Augustine’s philsophy of history. Augustine himself, of course, expressed this differently: he sees in world history the struggle between two kinds of love: love for self, which goes as far as despising God, and love […]