an evangelical’s case against trump

**This is my third post related to Trump and the 2020 election. The previous two posts can be found here and here.** What are we doing when we vote? I find myself asking that question as I try to write this third and final post about Trump. People will answer this question in so many … Continue reading an evangelical’s case against trump

an evangelical’s case for trump

(This is part 2 of 3 posts dedicated to the question of Donald Trump. You can read the first post here.) Before making an evangelical’s case for Donald Trump, I first need to talk about Mitchell Trubisky. Trubisky is a third-year quarterback for the Chicago Bears out of the University of North Carolina. To say … Continue reading an evangelical’s case for trump

is christianity political?

This is my second post on theology and politics. You can read the first one here. I got several complaints about my politics survey. The second most common complaint was that I only used a 4 point Likert scale instead of a 5 point scale. This was very much on purpose because neutral answers are … Continue reading is christianity political?

let’s talk about politics and religion

"I never discuss anything except politics and religion. There is nothing else to discuss." - G.K. Chesterton Some of you reading this might be inclined to agree with Chesterton. "Yes! Nothing else matters in the way that religion and politics matter. So why waste your time talking about anything else?" You may be right. But … Continue reading let’s talk about politics and religion