Justice and Authority: The Political Power of the Gospel

Ryan Ward | 17 The idea that Christianity, and religion in general, is necessarily antithetical to the practice of political authority has enshrined itself as a commonplace in the much-cited “wall of separation” between church and state, which functions as an accepted cornerstone of our constitutional order. In liberal political theory, religion may have its … Continue reading Justice and Authority: The Political Power of the Gospel

Justice on the American Campus – Interview

Featuring Robert B. Gregory, Esq. and Beniamin Pascut, Ph.D. In this interview, Robert B. Gregory, a jurist, and Beniamin Pascut, a theologian, explore Oliver O’Donovan’s idea of the surplus of normativity given in the created order to shape and direct human ethics and justice, and the surplus of possibility which underwrites popular conceptions of human … Continue reading Justice on the American Campus – Interview