Does the Reformation still matter today?

By Coyle Neal on October 15, 2016

A Monk and a Mallet in the Modern World

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Games Without Rules is a Winner

By Coyle Neal on January 12, 2016

An excellent and readable history of Afghanistan

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Gates Unhinged

By Paul Miller on March 12, 2014

Review of Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War by Robert M. Gates According to the rules of an old Washington parlor game, there is only one thing to do upon the release of a memoir by a former high-profile official:…

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The Boys in the Boat

By Guest Contributor on February 5, 2014

Showing up the Nazis in a rowboat.

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Athanasius Speaks to Us Today

By Kendrick Kuo on September 4, 2013

Athanasius’s world collides with our own.

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Why I Am Not a Fundamentalist

By Paul Miller on August 12, 2013

What makes a Fundamentalist a Fundamentalist, and why they’re wrong.

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The Spirit of Not-So-Early Christian Thought

By Coyle Neal on August 7, 2013

The Medieval Church and the Early Church are not the same.

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The Gospel through Pagan Eyes

By Coyle Neal on July 24, 2013

What have the Romans ever done for us?

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Retrieving Nicaea: A Revisionist History of Nicene Theology

By Kendrick Kuo on June 17, 2013

Review of Retrieving Nicaea: The Development and Meaning of Trinitarian Doctrine by Khaled Anatolios This is the second installment of Reading Patristics–a review series dedicated to books about the early church fathers. These reviews will not be exhaustive summaries, but…

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Classical Christian Doctrine sets the record straight on patristic theology

By Kendrick Kuo on May 13, 2013

Review of Classical Christian Doctrine: Introducing the Essentials of the Ancient Faith by Ronald E. Heine This is the first installment of Reading Patristics–a review series dedicated to books about the early church fathers. These reviews will not be exhaustive…

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