Articles by Rev. Douglas Wilson

Rev. Douglas Wilson

Douglas Wilson is the minister of Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho, which is a member in the Confederation of Re­formed Evangelical Churches. He is a senior fellow in theology at New St. Andrews College, and is the author of numerous books. He has famously debated with the late Christopher Hitchens, a very lapsed Anglican, in "Is Christianity Good for the World?"


Why Anglicans Matter to the Rest of Us

In the brief and troubled reign of James II, an event took place that illustrates how connected Anglicans and non-Anglicans can sometimes be. James the Second was a fervent supporter of the interests of Rome, and during his reign—in the memorable phrase of J.C. Ryle—“traitors were hatched in the sunshine of corruption.” James had begun…

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