Theopolitical is primarily authored by Nic Don Stanton-Roark, with occasional guest posts and interviews.  Nic Don graduated from Mid-America Christian University with a B.A. in Pastoral Ministry and currently lives in Wichita, KS, where he and his wife Lydia are members of First Mennonite Brethren Church.

The blog derives its name from William T. Cavanaugh’s Theopolitical Imagination, and seeks to dialog with such diverse voices as Cavanaugh and other signers of the Ekklesia Project, proponents of Radical Orthodoxy, classical Augustinian-Thomism, Karl Barth,  John Howard Yoder and Charles Taylor, as well as anyone interested in matters of politics, faith and culture.

3 responses to “About

  1. I love the idea behind this blog. Responsibly exercing our faith in politics is a principle extremely close to my heart.

  2. I saw that you had found my blog at http://bloodstainedink.wordpress.com. So I popped over here to look around. Gotta say, I appreciate somebody taking up a blog on the basis of Cavanaugh’s “Theopolitical Imagination.” I read the book while picking up my Masters in Historical Systematics at Wheaton College, and it has stuck with me since then.

    Anyway, just wanted to say thanks for stopping by. Hope you liked what you saw.

  3. Nick,
    I see you do book reviews, and I was wondering if you would consider a review of my book The Spirit of Prophecy.
    This book is politically incorrect, and yet provides many answers to questions that have eluded scholars and authors for many years.
    These answers are logical, biblical and shocking to the western evangelical mindset, but that doesn’t mean they are incorrect!
    If you are interested please email me with an address where I can send it.
    Dan Knezacek

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