Category Archives: Politics

Duty to Vote?

With the election here once again, a lot of Christians are arguing about whether we should vote or not. Many urge Christians to vote and even contend that it is our duty. Some say it is our duty because we live in … Continue reading

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Should Christians argue for or against Gun Control? Any other options?

After the shootings in Aurora this past weekend, many are calling on stricter gun control laws. This includes some Christians such as Ben Witherington. While they may be right, I’m not convinced. One reason for this has to do with whether it … Continue reading

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Exceptions to the Rule?

Even if Jesus taught pacifism, are there ever any exceptions? This is something Roger Olson posted about on his blog the other day [1]. I was already going to blog on this subject and Roger’s post gave me more enthusiasm to do so. … Continue reading

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Part 2: Where is our…

… Freedom?  What do we think freedom is? What freedom means is an important question to ask. While there could be different definitions, for us Christians our definition must be from Scripture. When we look in the N.T., we see that our … Continue reading

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Osama bin Laden

Osama bin Laden did many evil things and did not know the love of God. Yet, as Christians we can never take delight in anyone’s death, but we must mourn that Osama bin Laden never came to a relationship with … Continue reading

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Wayne Grudem and Politics

The other day I ran across an interesting article on the blog caffeinatedtheology (here’s the link http://caffeinatedtheology.com/wayne-grudem-vs-greg-boyd-christian-view-of-civil-government/ ). In it this blogger writes about Wayne Grudem’s new book Politics According To The Bible, specifically Grudem’s critiques of Greg Boyd. The … Continue reading

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