Monthly Archives: October 2012

A Voter’s Guide for Christians That is Actually Helpful

Normally, I steer away from so-called “Christian voter guides.”  The ones that arrive on the church doorstep unsolicited go directly into the recycling bin.  However, there are always exceptions. Miroslav Volf, Director of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture, … Continue reading

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God’s Will — Except When It’s Not

Theologians have a hard enough time trying to discern the will of God.  When a candidate for the U. S. Senate takes up that difficult subject in the context of a three-way debate, the waters get very muddy indeed. Last … Continue reading

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