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A Christian Review of Ideas Shaping Church and Culture.

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A Christian Review of Ideas Shaping Church and Culture.

    Charles Camosy & Resisting Throwaway Culture

    Charles Camosy & Resisting Throwaway Culture

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    Charles Camosy & Resisting Throwaway Culture
    Andrew T. Walker and Mike Harder
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    John Wilsey and American Exceptionalism
    Andrew T. Walker

    John Wilsey is a Georgia native whose research interests lie in the historical interaction between nationalism and Christian theology. He is also interested in the history of ideas in the Christian west, especially with regard to the church’s engagement with politics, Enlightenment thought, religious freedom, and diplomacy.
    Wilsey served as the 2017-18 William E. Simon Visiting Fellow in Religion and Public Life with the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University, where he conducted research for a religious biography of John Foster Dulles, secretary of state in the Eisenhower Administration. The Dulles work will appear soon alongside other works in the Library of Religious Biography series published by Eerdmans. He is the author of One Nation Under God: An Evangelical Critique of Christian America (Pickwick, 2011), American Exceptionalism and Civil Religion: Reassessing the History of an Idea (IVP Academic, 2015), and editor of an abridged edition of Alexis de Tocqueville’s classic work, Democracy in America (1835-40) titled Democracy in America: A New Abridgment for Students (Lexham, 2016).
    Twitter: @JDWilsey
    Website: sbts.edu/academics/faculty/john-d-wilsey
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    John Wilsey and American Exceptionalism
    John Wilsey and American Exceptionalism


    John Wilsey is a Georgia native whose research interests lie in the historical interaction between nationalism and Christian theology. He is also interested in the history of ideas in the Christian west, especially with regard to the church’s engagement with politics, Enlightenment thought, religious freedom, and diplomacy.
    Wilsey served as the 2017-18 William E. Simon Visiting Fellow in Religion and Public Life with the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University, where he conducted research for a religious biography of John Foster Dulles, secretary of state in the Eisenhower Administration. The Dulles work will appear soon alongside other works in the Library of Religious Biography series published by Eerdmans. He is the author of One Nation Under God: An Evangelical Critique of Christian America (Pickwick, 2011), American Exceptionalism and Civil Religion: Reassessing the History of an Idea (IVP Academic, 2015), and editor of an abridged edition of Alexis de Tocqueville’s classic work, Democracy in America (1835-40) titled Democracy in America: A New Abridgment for Students (Lexham, 2016).
    Twitter: @JDWilsey
    Website: sbts.edu/academics/faculty/john-d-wilsey
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    Matt Franck on Religion, Public Reason, and Liberal Democracy
    Andrew T. Walker and Mike Harder

    Matthew J. Franck is the Director of the William E. and Carol G. Simon Center on Religion and the Constitution. He is Professor Emeritus of…

    John Wilsey and American Exceptionalism

    John Wilsey and American Exceptionalism

    John Wilsey is a Georgia native whose research interests lie in the historical interaction between nationalism and Christian theology. He is also interested in the history of ideas in the Christian west, especially with regard to the church’s engagement with politics, Enlightenment thought, religious freedom, and diplomacy.


    Wilsey served as the 2017-18 William E. Simon Visiting Fellow in Religion and Public Life with the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University, where he conducted research for a religious biography of John Foster Dulles, secretary of state in the Eisenhower Administration. The Dulles work will appear soon alongside other works in the Library of Religious Biography series published by Eerdmans. He is the author of One Nation Under God: An Evangelical Critique of Christian America (Pickwick, 2011), American Exceptionalism and Civil Religion: Reassessing the History of an Idea (IVP Academic, 2015), and editor of an abridged edition of Alexis de Tocqueville’s classic work, Democracy in America (1835-40) titled Democracy in America: A New Abridgment for Students (Lexham, 2016).



    Twitter: @JDWilsey
    Website: sbts.edu/academics/faculty/john-d-wilsey

    Matt Franck on Religion, Public Reason, and Liberal Democracy

    Matt Franck on Religion, Public Reason, and Liberal Democracy

    Matthew J. Franck is the Director of the William E. and Carol G. Simon Center on Religion and the Constitution. He is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Radford University, where he taught constitutional law, American politics, and political philosophy from 1989-2010. He is also a Visiting Lecturer in Politics at Princeton University. As director of the center, he helps maintain the Witherspoon Institute’s relationships with the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, the Alliance Defending Freedom, the American Religious Freedom Program at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, and the Religious Freedom Project of Georgetown University.


    Franck earned his B.A. in political science (magna cum laude) from Virginia Wesleyan College and his M.A. and Ph.D. in political science from Northern Illinois University.  He was a Henry J. Salvatori Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, 1993-95, J. William Fulbright Professor of American Studies at the Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, 1998, and a Visiting Fellow in the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University, 2008-09.


    He is the author of Against the Imperial Judiciary (1996), coeditor of Sober as a Judge (1999), and a contributor to History of American Political Thought (2003), The Heritage Guide to the Constitution (2005, 2012), and The George W. Bush Presidency: A Rhetorical Perspective (2012). His writing regularly appears peer-reviewed sources such as The Review of Politics, American Political Thought, Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy. He is also a regular blogger for National Review Online’s “Bench Memo’s” page and the “First Thoughts” page at First Things.



    Twitter: @MatthewJFranck
    Website: winst.org/about/staff/matthew-j-franck-phd

    Karen Swallow Prior on the power of literature and "On Reading Well"

    Karen Swallow Prior on the power of literature and "On Reading Well"

    Dr. Karen Swallow Prior is a Professor of English at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. She earned her PhD and MA at the State University of New York at Buffalo and her BA at Daemon College. Her area of specialization is 18th century British literature where she focuses on philosophy, ethics, and aesthetics.


    She is the author of three books: Fierce Convictions: The Extraordinary Life of Hannah More - Poet, Reformer, Abolitionist (Thomas Nelson 2014), Booked: Literature in the Soul of Me (T.S. Poetry Press 2012), and On Reading Well: Finding the Good Life Through Great Books (Brazos Press 2018). Her writing has also appeared in various publications such as Christianity Today, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, The Gospel Coalition, and others.


    Prior is a Research Fellow for the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, a Senior Fellow of Liberty University’s Center for Apologetics and Cultural Engagement, and a member of the Faith Advisory Council of the Humane Society of the United States.



    Twitter: @KSPrior
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    Countermoves with Mike Harder

    Countermoves with Mike Harder

    Mike Harder is joining Countermoves as a Andrew’s co-host. Mike was a missionary kid in Bogota, Colombia. He returned to the states where he attended Northwestern College in St. Paul, Minn., and earned a BA in Church Ministry. He also holds a Master of Divinity degree from Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Theology and Preaching at Southeastern Seminary. He is the author of two studies for Lifeway: In Transit: What Do You Do with Your Wait? and Jaded. Mike currently serves as the Lead Pastor for The Gospel Church in Nashville, Tenn. He and his wife, Tabitha, have three daughters.



    Website: http://thegospelchurch.com/leadership
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    Twitter: @Mike_Harder

    Christopher Yuan on holy sexuality and the gospel

    Christopher Yuan on holy sexuality and the gospel

    Dr. Christopher Yuan has taught the Bible at Moody Bible Institute for over ten years and his speaking ministry on faith and sexuality has reached five continents. He speaks at conferences, on college campuses, and in churches. He has co-authored with his mother their memoir (now in seven languages), Out of a Far Country: A Gay Son’s Journey to God, A Broken Mother’s Search for Hope and he is also the author of Giving a Voice to the Voiceless. Christopher graduated from Moody Bible Institute in 2005, Wheaton College Graduate School in 2007 with a Master of Arts in Biblical Exegesis and received his doctorate of ministry in 2014 from Bethel Seminary. Dr. Yuan’s forthcoming book, Holy Sexuality and the Gospel: Sex, Desire, and Relationships Shaped by God’s Grand Story, will be released on November 20, 2018.

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