Evangelicalism
Peter Tobia/Genesis

Self-glory or a cross?

Q&A | What Luther’s views on grace and law can teach us today
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 9/07/17, 10:17 pm

The special section on the Protestant Reformation we’re planning for our Oct. 28 issue will include reviews of books about the world-shaking changes that began on Oct. 31, 1517. The best new book on Luther I’ve found is Luther on the Christian Life, by Westminster Theological Seminary professor Carl Trueman—so I interviewed Trueman in front of students at Patrick Henry College. Here are edited excerpts.

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Ethics and Public Policy Center

A generous giant

| Michael Cromartie, 1950-2017
by Mindy Belz
Posted 8/29/17, 04:10 pm

In the large arena that was the world of Michael Cromartie, sitting next to him on his living room sofa in soft morning light, the front door letting in enough quiet to hear the birds sing, was more than rare. It was wrong.

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Ethics and Public Policy Center

Christian intellectual Michael Cromartie dies

by Evan Wilt
Posted 8/28/17, 03:43 pm

WASHINGTON—Christian intellectual Michael Cromartie passed away Monday. He was 67. Cromartie spent more than 30 years at the intersection of faith and politics, helping give credence to evangelicals in the nation’s capital. Born in Charlotte, N.C., Cromartie first came to Washington in 1978 working as a research assistant for Chuck Colson’s then-new ministry, Prison Fellowship. Cromartie went on to edit 15 books on faith and politics and served as the vice president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center.

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