The fact that pastors have the freedom to worship, preach, publish, assemble, and petition the government for a redress of grievances (the First Amendment to the Constitution) is because Christians addressed “political and social structures.”
How many times have you heard that religion and politics don’t mix? Don’t believe it. Religion is always mixed with politics. It’s impossible to separate religion from politics or God from any form of government. When the one and only God is rejected, another god takes His place. It’s that
Religion and liberty are the meat and drink of the body politic. Withdraw one of them and it languishes, consumes, and dies. If indifference to either, at any time, becomes the prevailing character of a people, one-half of their motives to vigorous defense is lost, and the hopes of their
Are Christians Partly to Blame for the Political Mess We’re In Because of Poor Theological Reasoning?
For nearly 40 years I have been writing and speaking on worldview issues from a biblical perspective that includes topics like politics, economics, ethics, and education. It’s been an uphill battle. Trying to convince Christians that they should get involved in these issues has gotten a lot of pushback, mostly
The cover of the Daily News featured a slam at prayer and God with this headline: “God Isn’t Fixing This.” It followed the headline with this tag line: “As latest batch of innocent Americans are left lying in pools of blood, cowards who could truly end gun scourge continue to
Hillary Clinton knows that die hard liberals will vote for her no matter what she says or does. In fact, the more bizarre and outlandish her claims and policy positions are, the more firm liberals will be in supporting her. She knows that the Electoral map is on her side.
In the 1980s, I wrote a three-volume book series titled God and Government. It has sold nearly 250,000 copies. A better title would have been God and Governments (plural) since the series attempted to show that in biblical and historical terms there are three governments — family, church, and civil.
Republicans have disappointed conservatives for a long time. Establishment Republicans want power so they can spend the same amount of money as Democrats but in different ways to protect their business buddies. We saw this in the three Bush administrations, especially with the younger Bush with a program like No
The budget is out of control. Government regulations continue to increase. More Americans are receiving food vouchers and financial aid from the State. The majority of Americans love “free” government education. High school graduates expect the government to loan them money for college. Politicians are promising free healthcare or at