It nearly goes without saying that for all the political noise evangelicals have made over the past half-century or so, they have been notably lacking in anything resembling a theologically and philosophically rich framework that might guide and shape their political engagement (with a few exceptions, of course).  To borrow from Mark Noll, the problem with the evangelical tradition of political thought is that there isn’t one.

This blog is our modest contribution to what we hope will be a growing set of conversations about how evangelicals might think about politics and what we might have to say politically to the broader culture.  Those conversations will, of course, draw on the riches of the Christian tradition and no doubt much else.


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