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Only Two?

Posted by Colby Kinser on

A few weeks ago, I mentioned a principle about how Christians can respond to controversial issues, and I think it bears repeating here. Our society is highly polarized on many issues, which means that most current events are presented as a choice between Option A and Option B. That's it. You...

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Tags: issues, politics, society

Jesus Wouldn't Vote the Way You Did

Posted by Colby Kinser on

Jesus would not vote the way you did. I'm sure of it. And I don't even know how you voted. Let's just assume for the sake of argument that if Jesus was living in our country in our time and that He would, in fact, go to the polling station on election day. And He wouldn't vote the way you...

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Tags: politics

Politics is Meant to Divide

Posted by Colby Kinser on

I attended a webinar last week by the Barna Group on the state of pastors in the U.S., addressing a variety of issues, including race, technology, sexuality, economics, relativism, Millennials, and much more. Because it is Barna, everything was backed up by research. During one of the sessions...

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Tags: gospel, politics, unity

Too Small

Posted by Colby Kinser on

I love science. I love the discipline, the process, the inquisitive posture, the discoveries, the imagination, and the accountability of community. But science is not big enough to satisfy my soul. I'm moderately interested in politics and government. I see the necessity, I see the potential...

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