In the post-election chaos and divisiveness, one thing has been clear to me: We put a lot of stock in our head of state. Perhaps too much. Whether you’re celebrating,…
The election year brings out the tensions many feel between their Kingdom calling and their civic responsibility. But even on the uncertain ground between this kingdom and the next, here’s one voter’s perspective on why he’s heading to the polls.
My friend Drew said the only thing worse than watching the political debates is looking at Facebook after the debates. He’s right. Facebook is a bad habit most of the…
Politics are complicated, controversial, divisive—we could go on. But Kurt Willems says Jesus’ approach was far more simpler, and far more surprising.
Two broad schools of thought emerge in theological discourse concerning the question, “Can a person lose their salvation?” Our columnist Kurt Willems showcases both sides of the argument and seeks to lay a common ground.
In part five of our series on Christian engagement in politics, Jonathan Merritt explains why he resists partisanship.
Part four in our series on Christian engagement in politics.
As we continue our series on Christian engagement in politics, David Masciotra shares why the call for compassion leads him to embrace Democratic ideology:
In part two of our series looking at Christian engagement in politics, Matthew Lee Anderson explains his conservative convictions.
Caryn Dahlstrand Rivadeneira comments on the surge of Ron Paul supporters and why so many Christians now identify with Libertarian philosophy.
Ed Gungor writes about the role religion should play in our voting decisions and if faith ensures a credible candidate.
Juan Vidal shares what he learned from the first time he protested about the importance of conviction and intentionality.
Charles Dean comments on political candidates claiming their campaign is a divine calling and how we can truly discern God’s voice.