When is it right and when is it wrong to treat people differently than what they deserve?
John Piper describes Rand's impact as a novelist and philosopher and assesses her ethical theory from a Christian perspective.
Until God is given his rights, no human rights will have significance beyond convenience.
Protecting persons with “preferences” should not automatically mean protecting them when they perpetrate their preferences.
John Piper reflects on the insights and errors of Ayn Rand's writings on the 50th anniversary of her best-selling novel.
- Taking the Swagger Out of Christian Cultural Influence (Taste & See Articles)
- The Social Panorama of Our Day (with Portuguese Interpretation) (Conference Messages)
- If Christ Predicted War, May Christians Pray for Peace? (Taste & See Articles)
- The Uncertainties of War and the Hope of History (Taste & See Articles)
- Subjection to God and Subjection to the State, Part 1 (Sermons)
- Subjection to God and Subjection to the State, Part 2 (Sermons)