Author: J. Daryl Charles

J. Daryl Charles is Director and Senior Fellow, The Bryan Institute for Critical Thought and Practice.

Protestant Bias against the Natural Law: A Critique

Introduction [1] However deeply ensconced the suspicion of natural law might seem among 20th-century Protestant thinkers, it cannot be attributed to the 16th-century Reformers themselves. Both Lutheran and Reformed streams of the magisterial tradition readily affirmed the doctrine of lex naturalis and cognito Dei naturalis. While it is decidedly true that they championed a particular […]