For several decades, the popular evangelical imagination has largely ignored institutional moral analysis. Discussions of moral philosophy tend to focus exclusively on individual piety; and much of what passes for political philosophy amounts to little more than Christian nationalism.

The mission of faith, philosophy and politics is to facilitate conversations about politics and institutional ethics from a theologically orthodox perspective.

Topics range from economics and race to immigration and gender. Some posts deal narrowly with issues of the day. Other posts address “big picture” issues in political philosophy, such as communism and capitalism.

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