By Michael Wear | Reclaiming Hope Newsletter
Published in September of 2020
SUMMARY: Author Michael Wear argues that most Christians have an obligation to participate in politics, but then tries to debunk his own argument.
KEY QUOTE: “I want us to take seriously the responsibilities we have as citizens of this country, a country we have been placed in by the sovereign will of God, and what faithfulness in such a society might entail. I have never said that politics is the only forum for loving our neighbors. But I have said, and will continue to argue, that politics is an essential forum in which we can love our neighbors.”
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