The Case for Christian Nationalism

As the title indicates, Stephen Wolfe, author, podcaster, and scholar, is developing and defending a polemic for Christian nationalism (while most authors capitalizes nationalism, Wolfe does not). It is helpful to know from the beginning that he does not attempt to make a biblical case, merely assuming that his preferred slice of Reformed theology is […]

Christian Nationalism = Christendom

Volume 28, Issue 8, December 2022 The first paper in this series, “Christian Nationalism and the Great Hibernation,” demonstrated that Christian Nationalism is an often misunderstood term, defined in several ways. Andrew Whitehead and Samuel Perry, in their book, Taking America Back for God, offer several definitions including, “An ideology that idealizes and advocates a […]

Heart & Habits, How We Change for Good

Greg Gifford, an associate professor of biblical counseling at the Master’s University, writes this book to show his readers “that God uses habits to accomplish His purposes in your life” (p. 8). Good habits, Gifford writes, will glorify God, will bless others, and are good for us (p. 9). Yet later he states that “your […]

The Ology, Ancient Truths Ever New

This book is designed to teach children basic theology. Written in simple language, illustrated beautifully by Andy McGurie, The Ology is an extremely valuable resource, even for many adults who have minimal understanding of biblical truth. This is an excellent tool for use in family devotions as scriptural texts are added throughout that older children […]

Enjoying the Bible, Literary Approaches to Loving the Scriptures

Matthew Mullins is a professor of English and history of ideas at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and this book reflects his literary background and expertise. He believes that many do not read the Bible because they approach it as an instruction manual and soon get bored. This hermeneutic of information should be replaced, or at […]

Christian Nationalism and Eschatology

Volume 28, Issue 7, October 2022 “If we change our eschatology, we will change the world — and take dominion of it for the glory of God. That is the single most important task in all of Christendom second only to spreading the gospel.”[1] So says Andrew Torba and Andrew Isker in Christian Nationalism. Doug […]

Christian Nationalism, A Biblical Guide for Taking Dominion and Discipling Nations

Doug Wilson, endorsing this book written by the founder of, a free speech social network, and his associate, writes, “If you want to know more about Christian Nationalism, this book is for you. You will be getting your info from the horse’s mouth, as it were, instead of the mainstream media, which is oriented […]

Rejoice and Tremble, the Surprising Good News of the Fear of the Lord

In this insightful book, Michael Reeves, president and professor of theology at Union School of Theology in the United Kingdom, tackles the complicated and often misunderstood topic of the fear of God. All students of Scripture know that the fear of the Lord is a common theme throughout the Bible, especially in the OT, but […]

Survival and Resistance in Evangelical America, Christian Reconstruction in Pacific Northwest

Historian and researcher Crawford Gribben states his purpose clearly: “This book describes a migration into the Pacific Northwest of religious and political conservatives, among whom and from whom the claims of Christian Reconstruction, or ‘theonomy,’ as this movement of ideas is often known, are beginning to circulate in modified forms more widely and more effectively […]