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Christians and the Sphere of the State

Reprinted from The Iowa Family Policy Center Blog, with permission.

Hugh Hewitt recently interviewed theologian J.P. Moreland on the evangelical understanding (or lack there of) of being a responsible Christian citizen in our democratic republic.

Moreland, who has written extensively on Christian truth in the public square, had this to say:

“Being involved in politics is not unchristian. In fact, it’s a part of our calling as Christians. Why? Because we are supposed to do good to all people including the household of faith. And to do good to all people means establishing just laws and a just and a stable social order. And that’s the job of the state. It’s political. So the first thing a pastor should do and the Church should


So What is the Relationship of Obama And the Kenyan Thug, Odinga?

This piece is cross-posted from BitsBlog.

Obama and Odinga

Sen. Barack Obama designated a personal aide as his direct contact for the 2007 Kenyan presidential campaign of Raila Odinga, who later was appointed prime minister after his election loss was followed by widespread, deadly violence that destroyed or damaged 800 Christian churches, according to e-mails obtained by WND senior staff writer Jerry Corsi during a trip to Kenya.

That’s only the beginning of a startling report from World Net Daily, and it’s the very beginning of the tale of why Jerome Corsi was arrested and deported by Kenyan officials. It amounts to the idea that Corsi was uncovering rather a lot of facts that will expose Obama, just before the election.

As


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