A new quarterly journal, Providence: A Journal of Christianity and American Foreign Policy, seeks to offer “vibrant and robust thinking” about Christian options, Mark Tooley, president of the Institute on Religion and Democracy (IRD), told a press briefing Friday, Nov. 6.
The Washington Times reported the new publication will showcase conservative perspectives, especially from evangelical and Protestant Christian thinkers, on global statecraft, liberty, justice, human rights, the military, and Christian responsibilities to their neighbors and others in the world.
We want to “mine our shared traditions as Christians” about “how to live in this fallen world,” said Robert Nicholson, executive director of the Philos Project, a nonprofit that seeks to promote positive Christian engagement in the Middle East.
The King’s College in New York City is a sponsor of the publication.
Mr. Tooley said Americans and young adults are now flooded with messages of anti-Americanism, isolationism, pessimism, and the idea that “a true follower of Jesus” would not be interested in force or even be interested in issues of global statecraft.
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