Two Kingdoms Archive

Two Kingdoms & Kuyper Dialogue

February 29, 2016

Dr. W. Robert Godfrey and Dr. David VanDrunen each give a brief lecture and then converse with one another on the subject of Two Kingdoms and Kuyper.


The Christian’s Place in Society

June 22, 2015

This article does not analyze recent cultural shifts, but reflects more broadly on how Christians should understand their identity in the world.


What America Owes Jesus as Lord

April 7, 2011

A theological map toward honoring the Lordship of Christ over our nation while avoiding transformational triumphalism.


Living in God’s Two Kingdoms

November 4, 2010

Dr. David VanDrunen discusses his latest book entitled Living in God's Two Kingdoms: A Biblical Vision for Christianity and Culture.


Natural Law and the Two Kingdoms

January 6, 2010

David VanDrunen discusses his book, Natural Law and the Two Kingdoms: A Study in the Development of Reformed Social Thought.


Meet David VanDrunen

December 7, 2009

David VanDrunen discusses his being raised in the Reformed tradition, his scholarly interests, and his experience teaching WSC.


1 Corinthians 7:17-24

May 14, 2009

Your call to belong to Christ through the Spirit's gospel work is to be worked out in your callings of everyday life.


1 Corinthians 5

October 2, 2008

The church as an outpost of the Kingdom of God does not act under the laws of strict justice but of mercy.


A Tale of Two Kingdoms

September 1, 2008

As citizens of both kingdoms, we carry out our vocations in the church and the world in distinct ways through distinct means. 


Discipline in the Church: Revelation 2-3

March 1, 2008

In light of their OT prophetic background, the letters to the churches in Revelation are modeled as covenant lawsuits.


Inaugural Address: Two Kingdoms and the Ordo Salutis

February 19, 2008

The doctrines of the Two Kingdoms and the Ordo Salutis with the doctrinal and ethical distinctions they entail are still critically important for a biblically sound account of the nature of the Christian life and its relation to the Reformed system of doctrine.