John Jay in The Federalist #2: “The country and this people seem to have been made for each other, and it appears as if it was the design of Providence.”
The Institute on Religion & Democracy plans to fill a void by providing conservative Protestant and Evangelical perspectives on international issues.
(First published in 2010) I am not nearly as thankful as I ought to be. The two most important days of my life I often take for granted. The First Day was the day that Christ died for my sins. Jesus took the punishment for every one of my sins, even the ones I haven’t […]
On this Thanksgiving Day I found myself thinking about one of the most remarkable stories I’ve ever read. It’s the captivity of Mary Moore, taken from Foote’s History of Virginia. This story of faith unshaken in the midst of the worst circumstances imaginable will move you. It also reminds us how easy, secure, and comfortable our […]
The Free Willies Refuted: The God of Providence vs. the god of wishes* Having previously dealt with God’s predestinating omnipotence, and omniscience, John Owen, in the fourth chapter of A Display of Arminianism, deals with God’s works of loving providence for His people. The emphasis here is not on God’s plan, nor his knowledge, […]