A theory of jerks
Are you surrounded by fools? Are you the only reasonable person around? Then maybe you’re the one with the jerkitude, writes Eric Schwitzgebel in this humorous article exploring the theme of jerks, being judgmental, morality, etc.
Politics in the Church?
In responding to the dangers of partisan politics, the temptation is to make the gospel apolitical. Daniel Camacho argues that the gospel is always political insofar as it pertains to the right ordering of the community.
Politics and Evangelicalism
In this article, Lori Wilson argues that the manner in which Christians engage in politics can serve as a powerful witness for God's love.
Politics and Faith
This article considers politics and faith, encouraging Christians to bring their voices to the political arena through prayer and Bible study, and by careful education on political issues.
Politics, Church, World
This essay wrestles with the political nature of the Church and the life of Jesus in light of the politics of the Church today.
Whose Politics? Which Conversation?
A philosophy professor observes that the Christian divide over issues of faith and science is related to partisan politics. Matthew Dodrill responds to her video and reminds us that our identities are rooted in Christ.
Politics and Pulpits
Randall Balmer offers some helpful considerations concerning politics, drawing from his own experience. How can preachers help hold politicians to account without presuming to know the mind of God in all things?
God in Politics?
Transcript of a sermon on 1 Samuel 16:1-18 preached by Arthur Landwehr, focusing on politics and the reign of God.
U.S. Politics and the Vote: How Can Christians Engage in Meaningful Citizenship?
Building on the Reformed belief that government is under God's sovereignty, this article on politics by Julia K. Stronks argues that Christians should become involved in advocating on behalf of the powerless for social justice.
God In Politics?
A sermon outline by Arthur Landwehr on 1 Samuel 16:1-18. Landwehr affirms that God is involved in politics, though the politics of the kingdom call us to act in ways rarely imagined by political parties.
Politics and James 1:20
In his sermon on James 1:20, William B. Kincaid acknowledges the division that politics can cause and examines how being slow to anger and quick to listen helps bring about the righteousness of God.
Full Text Hymns on Politics
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Jesus Invites Us into “the Politics of the Trinity”
This article advocates for a "politics of the Trinity," a message of the self-giving, delightful love of the Trinity—the politics of a new kingdom.
Pope Francis, Politics, and the Fascinating Science of Irresistible Faith
Deidra Riggs discusses politics and religion, exploring how public faith must be defined by selfless love.
Why we can't stay out of politics
Mark Lockard reflects on why it is necessary for Christians to discuss politics in the context of ministry. Jesus' life on earth, including the rationale for his death, was very political.
Identity Politics and the False Self
As Christians, are we talking about identity politics in a way that engages our false selves? Mandy Smith argues that finding ourselves in Christ’s True Self helps release us from our fragility, victimhood, and triggers.
Religion, Politics, and the Supreme Court
In her blog post, Allison Vander Broek invites readers to consider the interaction between religion and politics in their lives.
Wrestling Toward the Promise…
In the politics of Jesus, perhaps that person we love, who is so wrong—gives us a chance to live out our identity. Hopefully, when we grasp God and “that person,” we encounter God in “that person.”...
Politics, the church and theological education in South Africa
It’s easy to dismiss the church’s political role in countries where political rights are not an issue. But in post-apartheid South Africa, the church has a critical role to play in developing leaders who transform society.
Terrorism ad the Politics of Worship
Worship can train Christian citizens to resist politics of fear, to humble their political agendas, to respond well to trauma, and to seek and pray for the flourishing of their diverse and divided neighbors.