Two Kingdoms and Political Theology

I thought it would be helpful to have a sort of index to the political theology discussions we had on this blog last Fall.

1. Darryl Hart’s Response to My 2 Kingdoms Essay

2. Apostolic Succession and Civic Freedom (pt. 1)

3. Apostolic Succession and Civic Freedom (pt. 2)

4. Apostolic Succession and Civic Freedom (pt. 3)

5. Neo-Anabaptism and the Kingdom (pt. 1)

6. Neo-Anabaptism and the Kingdom (pt. 2)

7. Neo-Anabaptism and the Kingdom (pt. 3)

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3 thoughts on “Two Kingdoms and Political Theology

  1. SW, really interesting stuff in that response to Hart. This is really not my area of expertise but I think you’re right on the Reformers, and I’m intrigued by the way you’ve opened up a link to natural law (now that’s really not my area of expertise). Are you up on O’Donovan?

  2. Yes, I’ve read a bit of O’Donovan. As I understand it, O’Donovan wants to serve as a bridge between the classical Protestant view (or at least something close to that) and post-modern political theologies like Radical Orthodoxy. Brad Littlejohn is actually studying under O’Donovan now and can fill us in on the particulars. I mostly appreciate O’Donovan for the historical work and find his From Irenaeus to Grotius to be immensely valuable.

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