- The Relatable Zeal of Puritan WomenThey were extremely into religion without being extreme.
- The Puritans Were Masters of Rhetoric Because Rhetoric Wasn’t the PointTheir most eloquent writing and preaching grew from a practical desire to communicate truth.
- Why I’m Inviting John Leland to Thanksgiving Debates About Christian AmericaPass the big wheel of cheese, and defend the Baptist legacy of freedom of conscience.
- America Has Tried Three ‘Narratives of Belonging.’ None Worked as Planned.How a sober look at failed projects of nationalism can help Christians envision a better way.
- How a Pastor Got Fired Over CranberriesWorry about present hardships and trouble distorts our faith in God’s future.
- Reagan, Clinton, Bush, and Obama All Cited One Puritan Sermon to Explain AmericaHow did a forgotten colonial text become a national origin story?
- Prayer amid PandemicEpisode 7|25minWhat a Puritan Leader Learned About Disease Control from the Man He EnslavedCotton Mather’s response to an outbreak in his community was inspired by Onesimus’s life story.
- Tornados Put Our Faith to the TestHow American Christians have pondered the mysteries of violent weather.
- The Puritans Had Two Shots at Building a Godly SocietyIn both England and America, their political experiments collapsed. But they left behind a spiritual legacy that still inspires.
- The Most Famous Metaphor of American Exceptionalism Is a Warning, Not a BoastJohn Winthrop’s “city upon a hill” language wasn’t meant to puff up his hearers with pride but to send a chill down their spines.