The work of ESN is so essential—not just for scholars themselves, but for the university, our culture, and the church as well. — Andy Crouch
I think many of us have developed our understanding of power from Lord Acton’s axiom: Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. For most of us, that is the end of story and this accounts, at least among many Christians I know, for a deep aversion to anything like the exercise of power.
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Andy Crouch begins “Strong and Weak” (2016) by offering the two questions that “haunt every human life, and every human community. . . .”