A New Perspective on Cyrus—Respect!

A New Perspective on Cyrus—Respect!

  The citizens of the United States of America have spent the last eight years observing the overt rejection of the decision to elect Barack Hussain Obama to the office of President of the United States (POTUS). Many sat idly as disrespectful commentary by national news reporters called the President by his first name, participated […]

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A President’s Word

A President’s Word

We’ve entered that season again; that period when it becomes popular to proclaim patriotism. You know, that season when a scripted message of hope is delivered by people who seem to have all the answers about everything. We’re moving closer to that moment when states are referred to by a color as opposed to their […]

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5 Important Conversations Election 2012 Forced Us to Have

5 Important Conversations Election 2012 Forced Us to Have

The 2012 Election is over. President Barack Obama won 303 electoral votes (of the required 270) and while we may not have a new President of the United States, Election 2012 has certainly introduced some new conversations to the Christian community. Think back to 2008 and the conversations we were having then. There was great excitement […]

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Should Politicians Speak from the Pulpit?

This editorial was written by Mika Edmondson, doctoral student at Calvin Theological Seminary. See full bio below. Like a whirlwind, he and his entourage blow in 45 minutes late for service. After the pastor hands him the mic, he makes his political pitch to the congregation peppered with religious clichés and out-of-context scriptures. Of course, […]

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