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Chapter 2: Foundations for Faith and Morality

By Andy Naselli
What defines a human right, and where do they come from? Is there a human right for LGBT justice, reproductive justice, distributive justice, racial justice, and social justice?

Chapter 1: The Abolition of Truth & Morality

By Levi Secord
Why does thinking in “bits and pieces” have such a disastrous outcome for Christians? Read about why “true truth” is so necessary to defy humanism.

A Christian Manifesto Revisited

By Brad Green
If Christ is Lord over all of life, then does this include our politics? Discover the enduring legacy that Francis Schaeffer’s A Christian Manifesto has even forty years later in this essay by Brad Green.

Welcome to Christ Over All: A Word of Thanksgiving and a Preview of What’s to Come

By David Schrock
Of making many websites there is no end, and much writing is a weariness of the flesh. Ecclesiastes 12:12b (paraphrased). So why another one? This article sums up why Christ Over All exists and highlights some of the articles from our first theme.

Christ Over Doctrine

By Stephen Wellum
If all of theology is a house made of bricks, then what brick would cause the entire house to fall if removed? That is to say, what is the central point around which all theological reflection turns? Steve Wellum reflects on how all of theology is centered at one person.

Christ Over Editing

By Kevin McClure
How do Christian editors interact with chatty serpents? Is it true that Christ Over All editors run their own armory? And what does Mr. Stoneheart have to do with all of this? Along this wild ride you’ll learn exactly how Christ is over Editing.

Upcoming Themes

In October we consider the extraordinary impact of Francis Schaeffer and we draw out the present pertinence of his Christian Manifesto. In November, we ponder the past 100 years of evangelicalism in order to better decipher and live in the present. Finally, in December we savor the incarnation of Jesus Christ, who is Lord over All.