If all political history is simply a contest between Christian and anti-Christian ideas, everything is a battleground.
Is Nationalism really a unique construction of Protestant theology as Yoram Hazony claims?
It is not surprising, that some have set out to put the problem of moral formation at the center of the Right’s future, but they must avoid nostalgia.
Economic liberalism need not settle the question of who God is and what God has said and done, but it must at least recognize man's religious nature.
The moral formation upon which markets depend is always connected to local loyalties, but this doesn't mean we should turn to nationalism.
Chambers’ perspective – in Witness and in his letters to Buckley – helps explain why American conservatism was good and why it has become dysfunctional.
Greg Forster is a visiting assistant professor of faith and culture at Trinity International University, the author of nine books and numerous articles, and editor of six books. He has a Ph.D. from Yale University and serves as the director of the Oikonomia Network.