Speakers' Resources

Christ and Culture

Selected Resources

(call numbers indicate books located in the Bryan College Library,
many of which are currently on display in the first floor Reference area)

Dr. J. Budziszewski

The Line Through the Heart: Natural Law as Fact, Theory, and Sign of Contradiction (Intercollegiate, 2009). (340.112 B859L)

Evangelicals in the Public Square: Four Formative Voices (Baker Academic, 2006). (261.70973 B859e)

What We Can't Not Know: A Guide (Spence, 2003).

How to Stay Christian in College (Navpress, 1999). (248.8 B859h)

The Revenge of Conscience: Politics and the Fall of Man (Spence, 1999). (172 B859r)

Written on the Heart: The Case for Natural Law (InterVarsity,1997). (340.112 B859w)


Dr. Kelly M. Kapic

Communion with God: The Divine and the Human in John Owen's Theology (Baker Academic, 2007). (230 K141c)


"The Ascension of Jesus and the Descent of the Holy Spirit in Patristic Perspective: A Theological Reading," with Wesley Vander Lugt, Evangelical Quarterly (LXXIX, 1 Jan. 2007), 23-33. (print copy in library)


Overcoming Sin and Temptation: Three Classic Works by John Owen, ed., with Justin Taylor, ed., (Crossway Books, 2006).


"Are We There Yet: An Exploration of Romans 8," Modern Reformation, Vol. 15, Num. 4, (July/Aug 2006), 22-27.


"A Brief History of English Puritanism," with Randall Gleason, in Meet the Puritans: With a Guide to Modern Puritan Reprints, Joel R. Beeke and Randall J. Pederson (Reformation Heritage Books, 2006), 3-9.


"Receiving Christ's Priestly Benediction: A Biblical, Historical, and Theological Exploration of Luke 24:50-53," Westminster Theological Journal, 67:2 (Fall 2005), 247-60. (Off-campus access requires Bryan login)


The Devoted Life: An Invitation to the Puritan Classics, ed., with Randall Gleason, ed., (InterVarsity Press, 2004). (285.9 D499)


Dr. Kapic’s Curriculum Vitae


Dr. Wilfred M. McClay 

Figures in the Carpet: Finding the Human Person in the American Past (Eerdmans, 2007). (126.0973 F469)



The Soul of a Nation,” in a special number of The Public Interest entitled “Religion in America,” Number 155, Spring 2004, 4-19. (Off-campus access requires Bryan login)


Do Ideas Matter in America?Wilson Quarterly, Volume 27, Number 3, Summer 2003, pp. 67-84. This essay (slightly edited) also appears as “Ideas,” in A Companion to 20th-Century America,  Stephen J. Whitfield, ed. (Blackwell, 2004), 430-49. (Off-campus access requires Bryan login)

Religion Returns to the Public Square: Faith and Policy in Modern America (2003). (322.1 R279)

The Continuing Irony of American History,” in First Things, Number 120, February 2002, 20-25.  This essay also appears in The Best Christian Writing 2004, John Wilson, ed., (Jossey-Bass, 2004), 99-116. (Off-campus access requires Bryan login)
"The Judeo-Christian Tradition and the Liberal Tradition in the American Republic," in Public Morality, Civic Virtue, and the Problem of Modern Liberalism, Gary Quinlivan, ed., (Eerdmans, 2000), 124-37.

"Filling the Hollow Core: Religious Faith and the Postmodern University," in The New Religious Humanists: A Reader, Gregory Wolfe, ed., (Free Press, 1997), 231-40. (211.6 W832n)

The Masterless: Self and Society in Modern America (UNC Press, 1994).


Dr. T. M. Moore

Culture Matters: A Call for Consensus on Christian Cultural Engagement (Brazos, 2007). (261 M781c)

Pursuing Holiness in the Lord (Jonathan Edwards for Today's Reader), with Jonathan Edwards and Robert M. Norris. (P&R, 2005). (234.8 Ed951p)

Consider The Lilies: A Plea For Creational Theology (P&R, 2005). (231.7 M781c)

The Hope of Beauty in an Age of Ugliness and Death,” Theology Today 61:2 (July 2004),155ff. (Off-campus access requires Bryan login)

Redeeming Pop Culture: A Kingdom Approach (P&R, 2003). (261 M781r)

Reforming Pastoral Ministry: Challenges for Ministry in Postmodern Times (contributor), John H. Armstrong, et al. (Crossway, 2001). (253 R259)

Disciplines of Grace: From Spiritual Routines to Spiritual Renewal (InterVarsity, 2001). (248.4 M781d)

Centurions Program (of which he is Dean; at Breakpoint.org)

The Fellowship of Ailbe (of which he is Principal; a Ministry of T. M. Moore and Friends)

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