Just War in the Christian Tradition: A Literature Review

The origin of the just war tradition is rooted in Augustine (AD 354-430), moves into the medieval period with the Catholic monks Gratian (“the father of canon law”) and Thomas Aquinas, then into the Reformation period with the stalwart reformers, Martin Luther and John Calvin.  Luther was the first major figure in the just war … Continue reading Just War in the Christian Tradition: A Literature Review

“Who Invented the Trinity?”: A Clarification and Defense of the Triune Nature of God Against Islamic Misrepresentation

Introduction In this lengthy post I respond to an article found on the Institute of Islamic Information & Education (III&E) website,1 entitled “Who Invented the Trinity?” (by Aisha Brown).2 I include the article in full (in block quotes and bold font) in this post, with my response interspersed throughout.3 I have seen this article by … Continue reading “Who Invented the Trinity?”: A Clarification and Defense of the Triune Nature of God Against Islamic Misrepresentation