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The Pitfalls and Possibilities of Being “Political”

Life and Books and Everything — Clearly Reformed

The Pitfalls and Possibilities of Being “Political”

July 20, 2022
Life and Books and Everything
Life and Books and EverythingClearly Reformed

There is no category called “politics” that can be safely quarantined from the category we call “religion.”

In this episode, Kevin reads from the second of a series of articles for WORLD Opinions on how to think about Christianity and politics.

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