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Citizenship, ethnocentrism, and politics

Got involved in another discussion about citizenship, this time centering around the Pledge of Allegiance. (I’ve written a number of articles about my views on saying the Pledge) That led me to think more about how citizenship and nationalism affect … Continue reading

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Blessed to worship

I was fortunate this past Sunday to still be in Orlando at the Equip Conference and to be able to worship with the Spanish-speaking brethren there. Even though it was July 3, worship stayed focused on God and not on … Continue reading

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Come out from them and be separate

It’s June, and the two presidential candidates from the major U.S. political parties have been chosen. Donald Trump. Hilary Clinton. I want you to prayerfully consider a response to these choices based on the following passage of Scripture: “Do not … Continue reading

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I’m worried about this election

I have to admit, this is one time I’m a bit concerned about the outcome of an election. And it’s not because of who might win or who might lose. I’m concerned about the lasting impact this election could have … Continue reading

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Voting

When I was young, I was an avid voter. I was raised with the notion that being a good citizen was part of being a Christian. (don’t know that I was told that, but that was the message I heard) … Continue reading

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