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The Southern Blog recently posted an article on a question close to my heart: what do Christian leaders need to think, say, and do about the political changes rocking our country?

The article was called “Religious liberty, political engagement, and the future of ministry.” In it, Boyce College Professor Bryan Baise explained that Christian leaders should not be apathetic to political change, but should, “Learn about the nature of God and government,” and “read widely the ideas that shaped our nation.”

Make Abortion Illegal in Our Lifetime (In 15 Seconds You Can Make a Difference)

Today you have a rare opportunity. People are talking about abortion.

It becomes harder and harder to pretend that the baby inside the womb is merely a clump of cells as we learn that individual hearts, lungs, heads, arms, and legs are selling for $100 a piece. If you want to raise the consciousness of our society, here is a way to do it in 15 seconds:

Go to this link: https://www.facebook.com/ifwewilllive

Then look at the article, and click LIKE and SHARE.

That’s all you need to do.

I bought a $60 boost on Facebook to push this message further. But if you do what I’m asking you can boost it even more, and it doesn’t cost you anything.

I’m putting my money where my mouth is. Will you help me? Let’s make sure the country knows the truth about Planned Parenthood. Let’s make abortion illegal in our lifetime.

Christianity and Government: An Interview with Joseph Knowles

This past week I interviewed Joseph Knowles. Joseph studied at Regent University School of Law. He is 32 and lives in Virginia. He and I found common ground in our understanding of Christianity and government.

Christianity and ISIS: Toward a Better World Pt. 2

In light of the outrage of ISIS and our own leaders’ moral inability to fight back, Americans face a fundamental alternative.

One choice: To unplug the television and continue to “hope” for “change.”
Another choice: To identify the proper moral code and to defend that code with all vigor.

Social Justice and Scripture: Untie the Knot Pt.4

Over the next several posts I’m going to answer: “What is my exact position on government?”

These posts focus on my conclusions. Later I’ll explain the reasons behind them, but right now I want you to see where I’m going.

In broadest terms, the government’s role is twofold:

To judge between people who claim wrong has been done and to marshal the people in times of war.