By Scott Sauls | YouTube | 69m (Split into five parts)
Published in August/September of 2020
SUMMARY: A five-part devotional focusing on politics totaling 69 minutes presented by pastor Scott Sauls of Christ Presbyterian Church (Nashville, TN). Short and insightful – a fantastic place to start your journey towards what it means to be a Christian and be involved in politics. This also would be a solid resource to integrate into your quiet time, Bible reading or a small group setting.
KEY QUOTE: “Mature Christian politics includes this – you are able to critique the flaws in your own party and you able to do it openly. You are able to acknowledge and own the flaws and injustices that are clearly there in the party and in the platforms that you generally support. You have to be able to do that as a mature Christian. In the same way you have to be able to affirm that which is good and right and beautiful from the other party that you don’t necessarily support.”
BINGE WATCH: Sunday to Saturday has a YouTube page with curated playlists.
DID YOU KNOW? We have distilled the media we have curated into five guided learning paths to help you learn about politics — from a Christian perspective — in your preferred learning style.
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SHOW: Why Your Vote Matters
If you listen to the Holy Post or have watched Phil Vischer’s videos then there isn’t much new, but if you haven’t listened to or watched those gems then this short nine minute video goes over Vischer’s main talking points about how to consume media and engage with politics as a Christian.Read more
SHOW: How should we vote?
How do we vote as Christians? Rejecting tribalism and voting to advantage our communities is a good start.Read more