One purpose of this blog is to archive what I regard as the best available resources on any given topic. For quite awhile I have been chewing on two-kingdoms theology. Here are some resources that I want to share with you.
Defenses of Two-Kingdoms:
- Modern Reformation: Michael Horton, Defining the Two Kingdoms: One of Luther’s and Calvin’s Great Recoveries (Sept/Oct 2000)
- White Horse Inn: Michael Horton, Response to Questions about Two Kingdoms Doctrine: (1) Isn’t this Lutheran? (2) Is this individualistic? (3) What about the kingdom of Christ today?
- Modern Reformation: David VanDrunen, Natural Law and Christians in the Public Square (March/April 2006)
- White Horse Inn (broadcast): Michael Horton talks with David VanDrunen about natural law and two kingdoms (March 14, 2010)
- Westminster Seminary Office Hours: An interview with David VanDrunen on Living in God’s Two Kingdoms by R. Scott Clark.
- Westminster Seminary Office Hours: An interview with David VanDrunen on Natural Law and Two Kingdoms by R. Scott Clark.
- Tabletalk: Michael Horton, A Tale of Two Kingdoms
- Modern Reformation: David VanDrunen, Augustine’s City of God (Sept/Oct 2000)
- Westminster Seminary California: David VanDrunen, Inaugural Address: Two Kingdoms and the Ordo Salutis
- Front Porch Republic: Darryl Hart, When What We Say in Private Goes Public (a reply to Dan Strange’s essay below)
Critiques of Two-Kingdoms:
- Calvin Theological Journal: James K. A. Smith, “Reforming Public Theology: Two Kingdoms, or Two Cities?” (Issue 47, 2012)
- Credenda Agenda: Steven Wedgeworth, Two Kingdoms Critique
- Cardus: David T. Koyzis, Two Kingdoms and Cultural Obedience
- Themelios: Dan Strange, Not Ashamed! The Sufficiency of Scripture for Public Theology
- Gospel Coalition: Kevin DeYoung, Two Kingdoms Theology and Neo-Kuyperians
- White Horse Inn: Jason Stellman, Why Two Kingdoms? A Reply to Kevin DeYoung
- White Horse Inn: Darryl Hart, More on Two Kingdoms: A Reply to Kevin DeYoung
- Gospel Coalition: Tim Keller, Coming Together on Culture: Theological Issues
- White Horse Inn: Michael Horton, Christ and Culture Once More: A Reply to Tim Keller