Who is interesting in the story of the Garden of the Eden? And who is not?
If the Bible suggests that glory and might, power and right, can all be the same thing at the same time, Machiavelli surely agrees.
Floods, curses, slavery, and race.
The next time someone mentions the intersectional subject of Christianity and politics, you might ask them: Which kind of Christianity? And which kind of politics?
Was the United States founded as Christian nation? The answer is mixed. And it begs for more questions.