Tag Archives: Politics

Summer Reading 2018

Summer is here, and for many, that means a change of pace that might provide an opportunity for a little extra reading. If you think you might be able to slip in a book or two in the coming weeks, … Continue reading

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“Harbor No Illusions”

This week over on the 9 Marks website, the introduction from Mark Dever’s sermon this past Sunday was posted. As many of you know, Dr. Dever is Pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. If politics could be … Continue reading

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Church Politics

Following the election this week, Jonathan Leeman wrote a helpful (challenging!) post for Christians. He asserts: Every week, our congregations gather as embassies of heaven. Every week, our pastors make a political speech, and we go out as ambassadors with … Continue reading

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Sober Political Engagement

As Christians, we should care about political engagement. Scripture teaches that God has ordained government to serve the good of civilization (Rom. 13:1-7). As Christians living in America, we are privileged to play a role in government. Therefore, our political … Continue reading

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