This site contains resources of published research articles and theses regarding biblical political and constitutional theory, from mainly a thematic angle, but also including historical perspectives. The aim is to provide a springboard for further research and discussion on politics (and its relation to the law) from a Christian perspective. This includes research on important contributions emanating from the past, for example, the early and later Reformation. However, any related research on contemporary issues are also included.

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Please refer to the latest news section below for news about site and content updates.


Major content updates were performed, including the addition of 33 article abstracts (also available in PDF format) and 6 chapter abstracts (also available in PDF format). Improvements were also made to the site search enigne and the selection of resources for export to PDF and text. The "Abstracts" section was removed as its resources were relocated to the "Article" and "Chapter" sections.


The largest annual gathering of political scientists in the world will convene on August 31-Sept 3, 2006 in Philadelphia, PA at the APSA Annual Meeting to discuss the latest research on political science and politics and to network with colleagues. This will be hosted by Philadelphia Marriot, the Loews Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Convention Center, with the theme “Power Reconsidered”. Panel 9 of the conference regards the theme COVENANT AND CIVIL RELIGION, and will take place on 3 September 2006. Particulars of papers to be presented regarding panel 9 are:

For more information go to the website of the American Political Science Association (APSA).


The official launching of http://www.christianlaw.co.za. The initial resources section contains a repository of 53 article citations, 79 book citations, 3 complete chapters (also available in PDF format), 16 abstracts (also available in PDF format) and 2 links to other online resources. New resources will be added periodically.