Announcement of Publication: Stahl, The Recovery of Historical Law

As the world reels from crisis to crisis, the most serious one seems to draw the least attention. And that is the crisis of the Western mind. The seeds of radical subjectivism sown at the time of a previous such crisis, chronicled in Paul Hazard’s Crisis of the European Mind, have now borne fruit, fruit …

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Announcement of publication: A Theology of Nature

Nowadays we in the church hear much of the task given to us to be good stewards over God’s creation. We are to treat the creation as a fragile, vulnerable artifact given us by God, to be cherished and taken special care of. The animal and plant kingdoms are precious treasures to be maintained in …

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Announcement of Publication: Popma, Scriptural Reflections on History

Translated and edited by Harry Van Dyke. For more information, follow this link.

Book Review: The Debate that Changed the West

Stephen Wolfe reviews The Debate that Changed the West at Philosophia Reformata. Go here for details.

Announcement of Publication: Spirit, Law, and the Church Critiques of Rudolph Sohm

What is the place of “organization” in the church? To what degree does the church need to be “organized”? At bottom, that was the question addressed by the famed Lutheran legal scholar and church historian Rudolph Sohm (1841–1917). His conclusion was radical: organization was anathema to the church as a spiritual body, and was only …

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