Category Archives: Politics

Evangelicals Debate the Merits of Supporting or Opposing Trump

On Sept. 16, the National Religious Broadcasters hosted an “evangelical debate” on Trump. Two speakers opposed Trump; two supported him.


Tim Kaine, Genesis 1, and Same-Sex Marriage

Jesus takes his stand with God’s design in Genesis 1, a design that says one man, one woman, for life is ideal.

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How History’s Take on 2 Back-To-Back Presidents Exposes Our Shifting Views of Sin

It is intriguing to see the moral certainty regarding the sin of racism next to moral relativism regarding the sin of adultery.

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How Donald Trump Divided and Conquered the Religious Right

It’s time for me to sit down for a nice meal of crow.

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Tim Kaine and the Bridge to Hillary Clinton’s Past on Abortion

On abortion, Hillary Clinton and her running mate Tim Kaine, have flown to different wings within the “pro-choice” camp.

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Orwellian Echoes in the Democratic Platform on Abortion

The 2016 Democratic platform contains a number of euphemisms that hide abortion in a haze of abstraction.

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Christians Who Feel Marginalized Should ‘Go Local’

Life-changing things don’t just happen in Washington, D.C. The Spirit of the living God is in your local congregation.

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Are Christians Too Focused on Religious Liberty These Days?

Religious liberty as priority, but not totality of our witness in the public square.

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When Your Political Ideology Turns On You

At Oberlin College, the ravenous ideology of identity politics devours its own devotees.

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One Facebook, Two Worlds, Three Problems

Looking at the conservative and liberal timelines side by side, I realized why civil discourse in the age of Facebook is so challenging.

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