Archive Reformed Irenicism Steven Wedgeworth

Davenant House Videos

TCI and The Davenant Trust have been working together as partners for the past few years, and we are very excited to help promote the new Davenant House project that is now underway. As a way to promote our principles and upcoming plans, we have enlisted Roman Roads Media to shoot a series of videos […]

Archive Authors Reformed Irenicism Steven Wedgeworth

For the Healing of the Nations: Essays on Creation, Redemption, and Neo-Calvinism

TCI has experienced something of a slowing of pace over these past six months. While we have still had great contributions, our founding contributors have all been more or less out of pocket. Some of this has had to do with personal and professional transitions, but another component is that we have been hard at […]

Archive Nota Bene Steven Wedgeworth

Why Reformation?

I wrote a pastoral reflection on Reformation Day at my other blog. Here’s an excerpt: But why celebrate the Reformation now? There are various reasons to ask this question and various ways to answer it, but instead of trying to say everything (my typical flaw), I want to get right to the bottom line because the […]

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Leithart on Enns

Dr Peter Leithart critically reviews Dr Peter Enns’ new book on the bible. On similar matters, see Peter Escalante’s previous post on Enns.

Archive Civic Polity Natural Law Philosophy Steven Wedgeworth

Don’t Forget Jus Gentium

The recent natural law confabulation has been a lot of fun and very refreshing. There’s so much to be gained from the recovery of natural law, but we need to point out one other very important concept: the jus gentium. This concept, perhaps better known as the “common law of nations,” was important to both […]