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Book Review: Christians At the Border by M. Daniel Carroll R.

Though the issue of illegal immigration is no stranger to America’s history, the perfect storm of 9/11, the war against terror, political parties struggling for identity, and an economy that is moving from recession to depression has brought the issue to the fore of not only American politics but also to the attention of the church.

Book Review: Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God by J. I. Packer

J. I. Packer’s Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God remains a staple in the field of evangelism fifty years after it was first published. Packer walks the line between an overemphasis on God’s sovereignty, which leads some to deny any need for...

Christianity and Politics: Kennedy and Romney
W. Robert Godfrey

When Jesus was accused of challenging Roman authority in Israel, he told Pilate: “My kingdom is not of this world” (John 18:36). The essence of Christianity is apolitical. It is about Jesus creating a new people: forgiven, renewed and promised eternal life. Nevertheless from the beginning Christians have found that their religion has implications for their relationships with their governments. 

Latest Office Hours! An Interview with Mike Horton

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Book Review: To Change the World by James Davison Hunter

In a ‘post’-everything age (whether it be postliberal, postconservative, postmodern, etc.), being ‘postpolitical’ is perhaps not such a bad thing for the church. Given the all-to-frequent ‘hostile takeovers’ of the church by the Christian Left and Right, it is refreshing to return to some familiar, less ‘American’ Christianity. And this is precisely what James Davison Hunter provides in his book, To Change the World.