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Kuyper’s manifesto

Religion | Anti-revolutionaries of the world, unite!
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 9/22/17, 01:10 am

Our Oct. 28 issue will contain a review of 22 books on Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation, which began on Oct. 31, 1517. Many thinkers and writers during the past two centuries have thought Reformationally about cultural problems, so in this column and my next I’d like to introduce or reintroduce WORLD members to two who produced important works accessible to general readers.

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Peter Tobia/Genesis

No utopias here

Q&A | Carl Trueman on marriage, ministry, emotionalism, and Christians in politics
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 9/19/17, 11:54 am

Marvin Olasky’s interview with Westminster Theological Seminary professor Carl Trueman, the author of Luther on the Christian Life, appears in the Sept. 30 issue of WORLD. Below are edited excerpts of additional questions and answers we didn’t have room for in print. Enjoy.

You quote Reformer Martin Luther saying, “You cannot be without a wife and remain without sin.” Do you tell seminary students that today?

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Kahn and Khan

Voices | Two brothers, two winding paths
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 9/10/17, 11:49 pm

Ninth in a once-a-quarter series of short short stories. (For story No. 8, please see wng.org/branching_out.)

Mark Kahn and Mike Khan were twins as unlike as could be. Mark Kahn protected his dog Chipper and her two tiny puppies. One day Mike tripped over a bag of dog food and threw the puppies against a wall, bashing out their brains.

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