Harp’s narrative provides useful history, but a more charitable and accurate assessment is needed to develop a contemporary Protestant political theology
Dodds’ work is excellent exposition of the classical doctrine of God, answering the everyday questions of believers. It is unfortunately let down by beginning the development of monotheism with Abraham rather than Adam.
The redistributive grammar of Luther’s theology of the Lord’s Supper underlies his vision for poor relief and, thus, implicates redistributive taxation.
It is significant that Christ not only healed a man, but that, in order for the man to be healed, others had to bring him to Christ.
Cooper’s defense of the scholastic method argues for seeing continuity, rather than disjuncture, between Luther and his successors.
Since June, my online writing has been published on the Modern Reformation blog. Each time a new article is published there, I will add a link here. So you can continue to watch this spot for updates. So far, Modern Reformation has published seven of my pieces (listed below).
1. Civilization, Confession, Persuasion (Part 1)
2. Civilization, Confession, Persuasion (Part 2)
3. The Politics of Faith (Part 1)
4. The Politics of Faith (Part 2)
5. The Spiritual Precision of Jesus
6. The Woke and the Red Pill (Part 1): Conjoined Twins at War
7. The Woke and the Red Pill (Part 2): The Search for Third Ways