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  • Tanquam Explorator: A Classical Model for Christian Readers

    By Dr. Emily E. Stelzer I once participated in a panel on John Milton’s theology where a majority of those in the audience were non-specialists and Southern Baptists. In the question-and-answer portion of the event, someone from the …

  • Rethinking the Reformation Reliance upon the Middle Ages

    By Dr. David J. Davis On August 29, 1518, a 21-year-old Philip Melanchthon gave his inaugural address at the University of Wittenberg. Only four days into his job as professor of Greek, Melanchthon energized the audience with a …

  • Paul and the Classical World of His Time

    By Dr. Craig A. Evans That Paul, the “apostle to the Gentiles,” frequently engaged the classical world of his time should come as no surprise at all. The Christian Church of the early centuries simply could not avoid …

  • Why Athens And Jerusalem Must Meet

    By Dr. Louis Markos I am proud to teach at a university that is committed to building on the classics and to bringing together the Greco-Roman legacy of Athens and the Judeo-Christian faith of Jerusalem. What that means …

  • What is sentimental art and why is it bad for you?

    by Matthew Boyleston, PhD One of the most common objections my students raise is a vigorous disagreement to my claim that art is not exclusively a subjective experience: beauty does not actually reside in the eye of the …

  • The Necessity of Sovereign Laws

    by John Tyler, JD, PhD Two troubling trends have radically transformed American jurisprudence since the 1950s. The first is the separation of law from morality, which produces unjust laws. The second is judicial activism, which destroys liberty. This …