Beyond the Divisions: Faith and Politics 2020

Wisdom Seeks a Third Way: The Congregational Dimension of Christian Citizenship

by Rev. Dr. Rhonda Abbott Blevins Visit a Christian church in the United States today, and you might spot two flags on the chancel: an American flag and a Christian flag. Nothing… Read more »

Christian Public Engagement and Christians of Three Sorts

Rev Tarris Rosell, Ph.D., D.Min. How do Christians, members of the Body of Christ, engage the body politic? As with many ethics questions, the most fitting response begins with, “It depends.” On… Read more »

Christian Citizenship Means Somebody’s Calling My Name

by Darryl Aaron Editor’s Note: This opinion piece, originally created for use in this opinion series, was published first in Baptist News Global on July 15 and is now being used here… Read more »

Relational Wisdom for a Political Season

by David May Politics is a year-round sport, but the season is intensifying with the coming of the 2020 Presidential election.  With it, relationships between family members, friends, and strangers will become… Read more »

Public Engagement from the Contemplative Heart

by Julie Pennington-Russell “He who attempts to act and do things for others or for the world without deepening his own self-understanding, freedom, integrity, and capacity to love, will not have anything… Read more »

Beyond the Divisions: 5 Guiding Principles for Christian Citizenship in a Polarized Nation

by Greg Hunt What does it mean to be a Christian citizen? In the United States of America in the year 2020, this question has particular bite: in an era of seemingly unprecedented… Read more »

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