Why It Is Highly Unlikely That the New Supreme Court Will Overturn Roe v. Wade (Though They Should)

“We’ll probably see a gradual shift from the Court over time that leaves more room for legislatures but doesn’t implode the unconstitutional foundations of the Left’s favorite legal bulwarks.”

Three Reasons to Read a New Book on Fundamentalism

An outsider to fundamentalism helps us understand on-the-ground fundamentalism and how they disagreed on the very definition of fundamentalism.

Systemic Ignorance: A Feature, Not a Bug, of Modern Education

“The pervasive ignorance of our students is not a mere accident or unfortunate but correctible outcome. It is the consequence of a civilizational commitment to civilizational suicide.”

Augustine’s ‘Confessions’ as Anti-Autobiography

Autobiography—the attempt to narrate one’s own story—is presumptuous. Which is why Augustine’s Confessions is ultimately an anti-autobiography.

The Heart of a Bible Commentator

A New Testament scholar shares how the text he studied has changed him, what he prays for his readers, and how he hopes we will pray for him.

Augustine’s Grid: Act as You Desire, So Long as You Act with Love

“We should never undertake the task of chiding another’s sin unless, cross-examining our own conscience, we can assure ourselves, before God, that we are acting from love.”

A Conversation with J. D. Greear, the New President of the Southern Baptist Convention

The largest Protestant body in the US—and the largest Baptist denomination in the world—has elected the second youngest president in its history. He talked with me about the challenges and opportunities ahead.

How Augustine Wrote So Many Books

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How Every Theologian Should Talk to His Readers

A humble offer and honest challenge from the early church’s greatest theologian.

How Donald Trump Ushered in the Apocalypse

Ross Douthat asks Republicans, Democrats—and Southern Baptists: “So the question posed by this age of revelation is simple: Now that you know something new and troubling and even terrible about your leaders or your institutions, what will you do with this knowledge?”