Blog Posts by Brad Littlejohn

The Road Not Taken

Article by   October 2019
As we remember the Reformation this week, those who stop to think about the anniversary (too few of us, no doubt) will probably either celebrate it as the birthday of the Protestant churches, or lament it as the beginning of... continue

Trumpism, Radicalism, and the Dangers of the Movement Mentality

Article by   February 2016
The Preacher wisely said that "there is nothing new under the sun," and however aghast our pundits may be at the sudden rise of Trumpism, we really have seen it all before. The radicalization and fragmentation of the Republican Party... continue

Thinking Thrice Before Supporting Kim Davis

Article by   September 2015
1. Selective Moralism?In the year 2006, Captain Joseph Rodriguez of Aurora, CO, a Christian, was dishonorably discharged from the Army after refusing to follow orders to deploy his company to Iraq, on the grounds that it was a Biblically unjust... continue

Two Kingdoms Politics [part 4]

Article by   April 2015
This is the fourth part of Brad Littlejohn's series exploring 'two kingdoms' theology. The introductory post can be found here, the second dealing with ecumenism here, and the third treating pastoring is found here. - EditorWhen the subject of the... continue

Two-Kingdoms Pastoring [part 3]

Article by   March 2015
This is the third in a series exploring the theology of Two Kingdoms across a variety of topics. The first article can be found here, and the second here - EditorIt's tough being a pastor. I know because I've never dared try, but... continue

Two Kingdoms Ecumenism [Part two]

Article by   March 2015
This is the second in a series exploring the theology of Two Kingdoms across a variety of topics. The first article can be found here - EditorEvangelicals, always a couple decades behind the latest mainline bandwagon, have in recent years become... continue

Simul Justus et Peccator Or, What We Talk About When We Talk About Two Kingdoms

Article by   February 2015
The two kingdoms. Few phrases so short could be lobbed with such devastating effect into a parlor conversation at a Reformed theology conference these days--or a few years ago, at any rate, though perhaps new topics have now succeeded it... continue
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