All posts tagged “essay

Untangling the Myth of the Single-Issue Vote

For the Christian there can be no such thing as a single-issue vote because we do not serve a single-issue God. Every issue affects (and is affected by) so many other issues that believing in the idea of a single-issue vote is a virtue-signaling fantasy. Voting on a single-issue stance is an unproductive way to prove our moral character.

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Overcoming the Withdrawal Symptoms of a Narcotic Election Season

Regardless of who is elected president, we all need to be prepared to overcome the withdrawal symptoms of this narcotic election season. The post-election fear, fatigue, and fury that will try to overwhelm and control us. But none of these after effects will produce the wisdom or righteousness we will need to faithfully participate in God’s redemptive plan for the future.

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The Power of “Both And” In A Culture of “Either Or”

A challenge to Christ-followers to reject the religious “either or” mentality in favor of a more constructive (albeit more complex) “both and” philosophy. Not only is it possible to be people of conviction and compassion, it’s necessary. Not only is it possible to be people who are engaged socially and empowered spiritually, it’s necessary. Not only is it possible to embrace our race, our faith, and our gender identities at the same time, it’s necessary.

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