The Ethics of Voting: A Christian Perspective
Sep28

The Ethics of Voting: A Christian Perspective

By Matthew Steven Bracey American citizenship is not a chance designation. It’s the intentional calling of a sovereign God to those who have it. When and where we find ourselves living life is no surprise to God. Part of the Christian’s task in discipleship, then, is discerning how best to fulfill this responsibility. While everyone can’t do everything, all Christians (of age) can do something: they can vote. The Christian vote can...

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From Rebellion to Reverence
Jan10

From Rebellion to Reverence

Appear before the Queen of England and you will quickly discover a clear list of dos and don’ts. Call it royal etiquette. For instance, you stand when she enters the room. You don’t speak, unless first spoken to. If spoken to, you address her in a proper manner worthy of Her Majesty. You certainly don’t initiate physical contact. If she deems your hand fit to shake, your handshake should be brief. You also dress in a particular...

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