Christendom

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Kingdom come and gone: is Jesus all he’s cracked up to be? 17 Apr 2020
The reconciliation of “all things” by the blood of his cross 9 Apr 2020
What happens on the “day of Christ”? Less than you might think 7 Nov 2018
The violence of Jesus in the temple: setting a bad example 3 May 2018
Peter Leithart on the “Christendom model” of church-state relations 1 Feb 2018
Jesus is Lord (still) 7 Nov 2016
Anabaptism and the truncated politics of Jesus 6 Jan 2014
From the River to the ends of the earth: Jesus and empire 4 Dec 2013
Triumphalism, empire, and the early church 13 Nov 2013
Christendom: fulfilment or false start? 30 Apr 2013
Wright and how God became king over Caesar 8 May 2012
The idolatry of Christendom 18 Dec 2011
What did the early church fathers think of empire? 15 Nov 2011
Empire and the completion of Israel's story 9 Nov 2011
Millennium, A short history of the 6 Oct 2011
More questions about the kingdom of God 11 Jun 2011
Christendom and the victory of God 25 May 2011
Peter Leithart: Constantine and the end of sacrifice 27 Jan 2011
Peter Leithart: Christian Empire, Christian Mission 25 Jan 2011
Defending Constantine: the failure of imagination 22 Jan 2011
The inheritance of the world: Paul and the happy-ever-after 17 Jan 2011
The problem of Constantine: it depends on your point of view 10 Dec 2010
Scot McKnight on Peter Leithart’s defence of Constantine 27 Oct 2010
The coming of a ‘new world order’: why Jesus wasn’t wrong 13 Jul 2010
The prayer of the good man Jesus for the church 20 May 2010
We have to go back, but not to square one 18 Mar 2008