In an election year the question always comes up whether a Christian should be in politics. As citizens of Caesar’s kingdom, as well as God’s, Christians ought to be involved in government, to the point of holding office and there bearing a testimony for God. In this issue our readers hear from several congressmen who are well-known and respected evangelicals.
Josif Ton’s condensed paper on the failure of Communism’s “new man” theory is a jolter. Our readers should take a hard look also at the Current Religious Thought column on egalitarianism in marriage.1
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