ON-Lion Letter

This Fall, The Institute on Religion & Democracy (IRD) in Washington, D.C., published the first issue of its new Providence:  A Journal of Christianity & Foreign Policy.

The quarterly seeks to offer "vibrant and robust" thinking about the ways in which Christians can respond to a world riddled with violence and terrorism, according to IRD president Mark Tooley.  It will foster debate amongst Evangelical and Protestant Christians about the morality of war and the use of force in American foreign policy.

Providence will offer perspectives on statecraft, liberty, justice, human rights, the military, and Christian responsibilities to others in the world.

Tooley is the journal's publisher, along with Robert Nicholson -- executive director of the Philos Project, which promotes positive Christian engagement in the Middle East.  The King's College in New York City sponsors its publication.

Tooley introduces Providence in this YouTube video.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee supports IRD.

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