Magazine December 5, 2016, Issue

Letters

Politics in the Context of Christianity

Ian Tuttle’s article “The Religious Right’s Demise” (November 7) argues that what is needed is an authentic Christian voice independent of politics. I agree. The Christian Church should boldly preach and speak publicly about spiritual and moral issues, but not get aligned with political parties or candidates. God ordained both the church and the state, giving them different missions and means. American Christians are members of both the church and the state. Individuals can certainly join and support political organizations and conservative-Christian-based non-church groups that take political actions.

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Politics in the Context of Christianity Ian Tuttle’s article “The Religious Right’s Demise” (November 7) argues that what is needed is an authentic Christian voice independent of politics. I agree. The ...
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