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The Hill: On D-Day’s anniversary, Eisenhower reminds us of just war in action


Historians tend to disregard Eisenhower’s religious beliefs as political posturing but the truth is much deeper.

National Review: Trump, North Korea, and the Reagan Doctrine


Human rights must be at the center of negotiations with North Korea.

National Review: C. S. Lewis and the Great War


A hundred years ago, Lewis was an atheist in the trenches of a terrible war.

CNN: Pope Francis Losing Favor Among American Catholics


Is Pope Francis too liberal for U.S. conservatives?

Weekly Standard: In Praise of Folly


What a 16th-century blockbuster teaches us about leadership in the age of Trump.

BBC RADIO: President Trump, One Year On


In this week of the first anniversary of President Donald Trump’s inauguration, a panel of American commentators reunite to talk about the reality, and in particular about the religious elements at play.

Wall Street Journal: How Martin Luther Advanced Freedom


The Reformation brought a radical egalitarianism to Christendom.

National Geographic: Martin Luther and the Long March to Freedom of Conscience


The father of the Protestant Reformation was a flawed prophet, but his voice was vital in the struggle for religious liberty.

Congressional Quarterly: Future of the Christian Right


Are evangelicals losing their political clout?

National Interest: Christian History Shows Why an Islamic Reformation Is Harder Than It Sounds


Theological reform is one thing. A new concept of politics is another.