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What's The Relationship Between Faith and Politics?


Reclaiming Hope

We are at a critical juncture for the church, and the decisions we make in the next five years will largely determine the trajectory of the church for the coming decades. This new century has already experienced great change when it comes to the place of Christians and Christianity in

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The Church and the State

It’s been almost 16 years since the Bush administration established the White House’s Faith-Based Initiative. This infantile program has had its setbacks and at times been clouded by confusion. But beyond the politics, most agree that much good is being accomplished even if more remains to be done. It

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Right or Left: What Can We Agree On?

While the “Religious Right” rose to prominence over the last 30 years in American public life, the “Religious Left” also maintains a strong base. Media coverage of these two factions often accentuates their sharp disagreements over social and political issues. But what can the faithful on the left and the right

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Public Faith in a Pluralistic Society

Christians often talk about the common good but find it difficult to pursue it in a world of competing voices. Miroslav Volf claims the confusion stems from misunderstandings about human flourishing, abundant living and co-existing alongside adherents of other faiths. He explains how pursuing the common good in a pluralistic

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Principled Pluralism

From debates about the hiring practices of churches to rumors of community adherence to Sharia law, Americans have long been facing questions regarding the role of various religions in public life. As our nation grows increasingly diverse, can we coexist without compromising those principles we hold dear? Gideon Strauss says

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