Doug Wilson Reviews Jason Stellman’s new title Dual Citizens

Doug blogs,

“The problem arises with the implications of what we should be doing instead. These implications are not shown with the pictures. What would the symbolism have been if his header had a picture of Bonhoffer and Hitler? Or Ambrose and Theodosius? Or Alfred and Guthrum? Or John the Baptist and Herod? In short, when a prophet meets a king, or a godly king meets and ungodly one, there are possibilities other than the slapping of backs and the telling of a joke or two.”

Read the full review here.

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One Comment on “Doug Wilson Reviews Jason Stellman’s new title Dual Citizens”

  1. Matt H says:

    Homeboy seriously pulled all his citations from the preface?! Bogus, dude.


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