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The State of the Union address always consistently highlights one thing: that our nation is never as united as it hopes to be. Party lines and political differences of opinion are as acute as ever. But as Christians, do we answer to a higher calling?
Politics are complicated, controversial, divisive—we could go on. But Kurt Willems says Jesus’ approach was far more simpler, and far more surprising.
In part five of our series on Christian engagement in politics, Jonathan Merritt explains why he resists partisanship.
Long before the envelopes are opened or the nominations are even announced, there are a lot of people invested into The Academy Awards.
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.
Jake Sims writes about the recent controversial elections in Myanmar and how their attempt at democracy was more a show for its powerful allies.