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Voting In Christ For the Midterms

Elections are upon us again, and it is always important for Christians to remember something about who they are: we are dual citizens (Ephesians 2:19). As we think about how our citizenship from heaven (Philippians 3:20) teaches us about voting … Continue reading

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Immigration, Fake News, and God’s Word

Your Facebook feed is filled with angry rants. Relatives, friends, and others shout their opinions regarding the many different political and cultural stories storming through the airwaves. What is a Christian to do? We want to “take every thought captive” … Continue reading

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Thankful For Our Veterans

For all those who serve, have served, and will serve: It is the Soldier, not the minister Who has given us freedom of religion. It is the Soldier, not the reporter Who has given us freedom of the press. It … Continue reading

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Voting To Glorify Jesus In the Midterms

image credit jonathanblankenship.com Many people will tell you that on Tuesday, November 2, Americans will participate in the most important election of our time. This will be true, of course, until the next election comes along. How should Christians approach … Continue reading

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Is it A Sin to Vote for A Mormon or A Roman Catholic?

An All-Star team of pastors and theologians discuss this question. Panelists include R.C. Sproul, Al Mohler, Bob Godfrey, Sinclair Ferguson, and Steve Lawson. May the Spirit “renew our minds” (Romans 12:1-2) by the Word so that we would be able … Continue reading

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