Five Christian Approaches to Politics: Difference, Division and Witness

It wasn’t too long ago that conventional wisdom among Christians, especially evangelicals, discouraged politics as a vocation. “It is too much to expect Christians working in the halls of political power,” the thinking went, “to avoid the sinful temptations of power.” The inevitability of compromise and corruption seemed to disqualify such work, and it was

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Power, Politics and Creation

It’s a curious thing. The handful of times I’ve been pulled over in the 15 years I’ve been driving, I’ve had many thoughts cross my mind. Not once, however, did I ever think to myself, “Should I stop, or should I just keep going?” No, those flashing lights aren’t so much a request as an

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Flee Like the Essenes or Fight Like the Zealots?

I work with Christian college juniors and seniors who come to Washington, DC., for internships as they begin thinking about the transition from campus to career. Part preparing for this transition is considering how and why our work matters to God. Keep in mind, these are young leaders and emerging professionals sincere in their faith and interested

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