Category Archives: Ron Wells

Thinking About History as a Christian: Jay Green’s Outstanding Work

by Ron Wells. I am a member of the founding generation of the Conference on Faith and History (CFH). It was exciting when, as a very junior scholar, I was able to be present when the CFH was launched. Back … Continue reading

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Nation and Kingdom: A Christian Reflection on the Fourth of July

by Ron Wells. This is written on July 3, 2016 I was raised in a patriotic American home. My immigrant parents, especially my Dad, were very grateful for the opportunity to come to America to achieve a better life for … Continue reading

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One Flag for One Nation

by Ron Wells. The issue of flying the Confederate flag has revived a spirited debate here in the South. What follows is my contribution to that debate. Fair disclosure first. I am a US-born child of immigrants. My parents, born … Continue reading

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