6 Thoughts on “Voting the Christian Way”

This may be the first election in living memory in which there is no candidate whom the majority of evangelicals can get behind. I believe this provides us with the opportunity to revise the way we think about political engagement and ready ourselves for a future of similar electoral choices. Continue Reading »

To Uproot or To Plant

Christianity lives in the tension between its apocalyptic vision of life and its creational mandate to occupy. The former pushes Christians to uproot and pull down the orders of society while the latter draws them back toward the earth and roots them in the orders of creation. Continue Reading »