Mark Tooley is president of the Institute on Religion and Democracy and editor of IRD’s foreign policy and national security journal, Providence. Prior to joining the IRD in 1994, Mark worked eight years for the Central Intelligence Agency. A lifelong United Methodist, he has been active in United Methodist renewal since 1988. He is the author of Taking Back The United Methodist Church, Methodism and Politics in the 20th Century, and The Peace That Almost Was: The Forgotten Story of the 1861 Washington Peace Conference and the Final Attempt to Avert the Civil War. He attends a United Methodist church in Alexandria, Va.
Mark Tooley | Reflecting on the meaning of Christian faithfulness
Mark Tooley | But some conservatives aren’t waiting any longer and start a new denomination
Mark Tooley | Millions find themselves confined to quarters
Mark Tooley | Our constitutional order is threatened by such comments
Mark Tooley | Where the world’s two most threatening dictatorships took center stage
Mark Tooley | The invasion of Ukraine should be met with persistence, patience, and confidence
Mark Tooley | Will the United States have any cards up its sleeve should Putin invade Ukraine?
Mark Tooley | A billionaire’s amoral and un-American perspective on the sufferings of the Uyghurs
Mark Tooley | The State Department joins forces with liberal religious leaders to export progressive culture war ideals