Category Archives: Politics

Following a Fascinating Debate and Feeling like a Tennis Ball

My immediate reaction was to side with Thabiti after reading his first 3 posts. Then Doug Wilson’s response made sense. Then Thabiti’s response made sense. So right now, having learned from both sides, I think I land somewhere like Thabiti’s … Continue reading

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Hail to the Chief

Because we know as believers that we will eternally say “Jesus is Lord,” we can as citizens temporally say, “Hail to the chief.” Read the whole post.

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Learning about the presidential candidates

I don’t know a lot about the presidential candidate Mitt Romney, so I look forward to viewing this interview. For or against him, it’s worth a listen. I don’t know much about him except for the recent debate, his RNC … Continue reading

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Pastors, Christians, and Politics – Audio and Video recommendations

For Tim Keller’s take on politics as a pastor, watch this. Mark Dever gives some advice to Christians in this short video. “The Best Sermon on Christians and Politics” “Politics According to the Bible” by Wayne Grudem (audio for church … Continue reading

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Cardinal Dolan’s closing prayer at the Democratic National Convention

Cardinal Dolan’s closing prayer at the Democratic National Convention: Did he just pray a pro-life/pro-traditional marriage prayer? 1:20 – “Thus do we praise you for the gift of life. Grant us the courage to defend it. Life without which no … Continue reading

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Article Recommended on Christianity and Politics in the U.S.

With minor disagreements on phrases like “bringing the kingdom of God into the world” (see this quote by George Ladd if you like the phrase) among other small quibbles, I recommend this short article on politics and Christianity in the … Continue reading

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