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Journeying back to America before Roe v. Wade is like entering The Twilight Zone.
Preaching Liberty to the ColonistsSubscriber Access Only
The American revolutionaries justified their cause with ample appeals to Scripture. But what should Christians think of the conclusions they drew?
The Forgotten Side of the First World WarSubscriber Access Only
Philip Jenkins remembers the religious passions that set the world ablaze a century ago.
America's Founding May Not Have Been Christian, but It Sure Wasn't Anti-ChristianSubscriber Access Only
An atheist philosopher ignores religion’s place in Revolutionary America.
The Civil War Is More Than a Historical FascinationSubscriber Access Only
Why the clash between North and South remains relevant, 150 years later.
The First Thanksgiving We Don’t RememberSubscriber Access Only
Bad fortune, divine chastisement, and mercy after the Pilgrims feasted with the Wampanoag.
The Most Famous Metaphor of American Exceptionalism Is a Warning, Not a Boast
John Winthrop’s “city upon a hill” language wasn’t meant to puff up his hearers with pride but to send a chill down their spines.

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Want to Love Your Neighbor? Start By Fighting Your Own Sin.
Want to Love Your Neighbor? Start By Fighting Your Own Sin.
When we “make every effort to be holy,” it works toward the common good.

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