Daniel Bennett

Daniel Bennett
Daniel Bennett is an associate professor of political science at John Brown University and the assistant director at the Center for Faith and Flourishing. He is the author of Defending Faith: The Politics of the Christian Conservative Legal Movement and has written for Christianity Today, Religion and Politics, and The Gospel Coalition, among others. He lives with his wife, Caitlyn, and three children in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, where they are members of Redeemer Presbyterian Church.

Recent Essays

Learning to Love a Nation: A Review of Richard Mouw’s How to Be a Patriotic Christian

Siloam Springs, AR. Earlier this month Americans celebrated yet another Fourth of July, marking 246 years of independence. As we approach the country’s semiquincentennial,...

“Go Talk with Those Who are Rumored to be Unlike You”

On October 2, 2009, the International Olympic Committee met in Denmark to vote on which city would host the 2016 Summer Olympics. Despite President...