10 Modern Rules for Seeking Public Office (Apparently)
10 Modern Rules for Seeking Public Office (Apparently)

By: Reggie Warren
If you decide to one day run for elected office on the national level, these 10 tips - apparently - are what you need to do if you want to stay ahead of your opponents.

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Christians Must Return to Civility in U.S. Politics
Christians Must Return to Civility in U.S. Politics

By: Roger Olson
The harsh rhetoric and overall lack of civility in politics is seeping into Christian communities. It's fine to hold a strong political opinion, but we should never ridicule those who disagree with us.

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Supporting Humanitarian Intervention in Face of War Crimes
Supporting Humanitarian Intervention in Face of War Crimes

By: Steve Hucklesby
Whether to intervene with military force to prevent war crimes often requires a judgment regarding the lesser of two evils. What role can the church play to resolve violent conflict and build peace?

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Nationalist Religions Reinforce Tribal Pride, Quell Fears
Nationalist Religions Reinforce Tribal Pride, Quell Fears

By: Joe LaGuardia
A variety of nationalist religions are on the rise around the globe. In the wake of increasing regional tensions, people turn to religions that reinforce tribal pride and quell fears regarding economic inequality.

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Refugees Face Indifference, Hostility in French Camp
Refugees Face Indifference, Hostility in French Camp

By: Simon Jones
Refugees in a makeshift camp, known as the jungle, in Calais, France, struggle to hold their lives together, sometimes facing the indifference and often the hostility of their neighbors.

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4 Steps on How Pastors Should Handle Politics in Pulpit
4 Steps on How Pastors Should Handle Politics in Pulpit

By: Barry Howard
The pulpit is a place to accent the privilege and responsibility of choosing our leaders, not a place to dictate the decision. Here are four steps for pastors who want to encourage good citizenship from the pulpit.

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The Dangers When Ministers Endorse Presidential Hopefuls
The Dangers When Ministers Endorse Presidential Hopefuls

By: Danny Chisholm
Ministers create inherent dangers when they endorse presidential candidates. It sets ministers up for disappointment, confuses and alienates laity and exaggerates pastors' influence.

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Should Christian Leaders Endorse Candidates?
Should Christian Leaders Endorse Candidates?

By: Dennis Bickers
Pastors have an obligation to address moral and social issues that may be hot topics in the political arena, but endorsing a political party or a particular leader crosses the line.

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'Curse of Perfectionism' Dooms Political Process
'Curse of Perfectionism' Dooms Political Process

By: Zach Dawes
The demand for perfect adherence to a particular faction's ideology is having a detrimental impact not only on the political processes, but also on other societal institutions, including the local church.

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