The Author

Justin Taylor is senior vice president and publisher for books at Crossway and blogs at Between Two Worlds and Evangelical History. You can follow him on Twitter.

Justin’s Books

Choosing a Hill to Die On (or Why Some Debates Are Worth Turning Up to Eleven)

Writing about a recent essay by David B. Hart, a theologian says, “This is not self-indulgent intellectual tiddlywinks. This one is worth ELEVEN. This

From David Bebbington to David Barton: 5 Ways to Write History as a Christian

There is no such thing as *the* Christian approach to

The Culture Wars and the Distinction between Friends and Enemies

The friend/enemy distinction is unavoidable in how we process

Why It Is Highly Unlikely That the New Supreme Court Will Overturn Roe v. Wade (Though They Should)

“We’ll probably see a gradual shift from the Court

Three Reasons to Read a New Book on Fundamentalism

An outsider to fundamentalism helps us understand on-the-ground fundamentalism