Sin and Politics: Issues in Reformed Theology is an overview of the relationship between sin and politics from the reformational point of view. This short theological history is comprised of three parts: politics without sin (creational politics), politics with sin (fallen politics), and politics beyond sin (redeemed politics). As a creation of human culture, politics have been tainted with sinful distortion in this world, but will be recovered in the future Kingdom by the eternal kingship of the Lord of Lords.
Sin and Politics includes a summary and commentary on political discussions by various Reformed theologians. It uncovers the Reformed tradition’s positive regard for politics and the profound theological root of politics.