Because what it is to be God is not evident to us, the proposition is not self-evident to us and needs to be made evident ... Such truths about God have been proved demonstrably by the philosophers guided by the light of natural reason.
No long or toilsome proof is needed to elicit evidences that serve to illuminate and affirm the divine majesty, since whithersoever you turn, it is clear that they are manifest and obvious ... Not that knowledge which, content with empty speculation, merely flits in the brain, but that which will be sound and fruiful.
The chaos of contemporary personal injury litigation stems from a neglect of Biblical standards of justice.
Charles I aimed to crush the Scottish covenanters, but instead he moved them to produce a lasting theological, political and heroic heritage.
Enthusiasm for government "plans" seems eternal, but the U.S. does have an effective energy policy: reliance on the market.
Though evangelicals race to embrace Thomistic arguments, the results are question-begging and Biblically misguided.
Modern nations and institutions whose founder covenatally bound their descendants to faithfulness ought to be challenged to turn from their apostasy.
Readers speak out on previous issues.
A humanistic challenge, evil retort, and OR's subjectivism.
In this new fiction feature, short stories provide a different perspective.
Puritan great, Richard Sibbes, reflects on the Christian life.
James Bordwine outlines worthy participation in the Lord's Supper.
David Hall reviews recent theological essays of note.
Doug Wilson rejects Buckley's national service plan.
Notable truths, fallacies, and arrogances making the rounds.