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Three Reminders As We Dialogue For The Common Good
Three simple and biblical ways to wisely engage with our neighbors and our culture, regardless of how difficult an issue is.
isn't pretty. That's including Christians, unfortunately. The last several presidential elections have revealed the division in our culture. The amount of true
Engaging the Elections at Church
How to pastor your congregation during the campaign season.
Jul 4, 2016. Church. Engaging the Elections at Church. Engaging the Elections at Church. How to pastor your congregation during the campaign season. |. Galen Carey. 0; tweet; share; print
Pew: More Sermons Endorse Clinton
Fewer pastors are politically engaged this election; fewer still are speaking for Trump from the pulpit.
That's less pastor engagement than during the mid-term elections in 2014, according to a June survey of 600 theologically conservative Protestant pastors by Barna Group for the
Trump’s ‘Greatest Contribution to Christianity’: Pastors Preaching Politics
Republican nominee pledges to repeal Johnson Amendment. But pastors debate endorsing politicians from pulpits.
In fact, only about one-third of white evangelicals (37%) and about half of black Protestants (45%) believe that churches should endorse candidates during elections.
Goodbye, God Gap: Trump and Clinton Have Churchgoers Unusually Split
Plus here's what we know about evangelical Democrats.
In previous US elections, polls consistently showed that a person's level of religiosity—how important their faith is to them and how often they attend church—was one of the biggest
Canada Thinks It Has a Better Way to Defend Religious Freedom
New government shuts down Office of Religious Freedom modeled after US version.
But six months after the Conservatives lost national elections to the Liberal party, the four-person, $5 million Office of Religious Freedom (ORF) has been shut down.
Subscriber Access Only Gleanings: September 2016
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our September issue).
Protestant leaders pray that Russia's September elections will usher in lawmakers who will challenge sweeping restrictions on church gatherings and missionary activity that were
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I Overlooked the Rural Poor—Then Trump Came Along
This election has urban evangelicals paying more attention to the plight of small-town America.
I Overlooked the Rural Poor—Then Trump Came Along. This election has urban evangelicals paying more attention to the plight of small-town America.
Church Planting At Thomas Road Baptist Church—An Interview with Jonathan Falwell
Thomas Road's pastor discusses the church's 60-year history of planting churches
We realize the way to change the world is not through elections, but through the local church. ES: When we talk about Thomas Road, everyone thinks about Liberty University.
Parenting in a New Day of Presidential Politics
Amy Whitfield notes how politics has changed in the last two decades
process. I learned about the differences between the two major parties. I learned that the primary and general elections are not the same thing. I learned
3 Reasons Election Season Is Good For You
It’s easy to despair over candidates, but we have good reason to celebrate this time in our country’s life.
We think elections are too expensive, too highly influenced by a few mega-donors, and far less worthy than other places we could invest our money. Elections are big business.
What Have I to Fear
However you vote this year, don't be motivated by fear.
Liberty Commission. I find their comments helpful, and I hope you do, too. Fear has always been a factor in democratic elections. During economic recession
Dobson Explains Why He Called Trump a ‘Baby Christian’
Offhand comments sparked debate over candidate's possible recommitment to Christ.
Dobson Explains Why He Called Trump a 'Baby Christian'. Offhand comments sparked debate over candidate's possible recommitment to Christ. Sarah
Why Can’t We Christians Laugh Anymore?
At a time when evangelicals feel culturally embattled, it seems we’ve lost our ability to laugh.
At a time when evangelicals feel culturally embattled, it seems we've lost our ability to laugh.
The Christian Case for Nigeria's New Muslim President
Christians were concerned about corruption, Boko Haram, and the last election's retaliatory violence.
Buhari had finished as a runner-up in three previous elections. “Despite the enormous tension and apprehension that preceded the election, Nigerians
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Top Story August 25, 2016
What 'No Man's Sky' and C. S. Lewis Tell Us About the Spirit of Our Age
What 'No Man's Sky' and C. S. Lewis Tell Us About the Spirit of Our Age
The recent hit sci-fi video game promises an infinite galaxy to explore. Is that enough?
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