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Lord of the Middle Rings: Sociology, Fellowship and Prophetic Witness

A classic work of sociology, modern research into our political life, and fundamental aspects of faith and discipleship come together to form a simple, vital opportunity for witness and stewardship.

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The Sabbath Mutiny

The “palace intrigue” of a political campaign offers a young staffer the chance to learn courageous discipleship.

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100 Years Ago in Jerusalem

A pastor shares personal, historical and theological reflections on Jerusalem’s place in global politics.

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Aspiring to Humility (Podcast Follow-Up)

We tend to think that humility is defined by what you don’t do, the ability to not be prideful or vain. But biblical humility is an active posture, a deliberate action.

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Does Your Faith Make You Distinct? (Podcast Interview Follow-Up)

Our two-party, either-or framework has a tendency to infect the way we think about government and civic life, but it doesn’t have to. There’s room to be different.

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Principle and Partisanship

Finding solutions to long-standing questions in the lives of two of today’s Christian writers. The American Founders desired that we identify ourselves as partisans for …

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The Political Theology of the Declaration of Independence

The Laws of Nature and Nature’s God are written on all of our hearts. The Declaration of Independence provides a starting point for serious discussion about how to embody those truths.

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Jesus, Socrates, and Historic American Understandings of “Greatness”

One question we think Christians in the US should wrestle with in response to this is: If pride is a sin and all glory should go to God, what should we think of aspirations to political greatness? Can this kind of greatness even be truly unifying?

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