Kelvey Vander Hart: I once worked and advocated for Turning Point USA – here’s what conservatives can learn from the organization’s failures.
Pat Nicklaus: We recently moved to Missouri. I was excited to meet other like-minded conservatives and I got extremely jazzed when it seemed like I was meeting several. “Seemed like” being the operative words in that sentence.
Bob Vander Plaats: “The Gospel of Jesus Christ is much bigger than any candidate and much bigger than any political party and it should not be reduced to such.”
Dear Politicians – I’d like to tell you a little bit about the people you represent, because you seem to have completely lost touch with them.
Pat Nicklaus: Are we being assumptive, for no real reason, in believing that organized protests are part and parcel of “peaceable assembly”?
U.S. Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) wasn’t interested in focusing on politics when he spoke at the Story County GOP’s Judge Joseph Story Dinner in Nevada, Iowa.
U.S. Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) at The Gospel Coalition’s annual conference pointed out that our hope and the answers we seek does not come from Washington.
Shane Vander Hart: Evangelicals need a course correction after 2016 when polls showed many evangelicals changed their beliefs to accommodate a candidate.
Prominent author, pastor and sociologist Dr. Tony Campolo said that he no longer wants to be considered an evangelical. Shane Vander Hart says he isn’t.
David Shedlock: This week I wrote an article calling Ted Cruz “pro-choice” because I didn’t dig enough to get to the truth. Ted Cruz is pro-life.
Christians are to demonstrate civility and exercise charity even in the political realm, especially with those whom we disagree to maintain credibility.
We need to rethink our approach to politics and cultural engagement and how much we may rely on our wisdom, comfort and ideology to solve problems.
Brian Myers: We unapologetically assert that our Christian faith is paramount in our thinking with respect to law, government, and public policy.
Having now disposed of the two previous questions (What is a nation? and Is America a Christian nation?), I now return to challenging the idea that a Christian can “get the country back” for God through gaining political power. In the face of a growing tyranny/anarchy state, it is tempting for the Christian to become […]
The American political scene on both sides of the aisle is inhabited some relatively shallow individuals in their understanding of the world. To most Republican operatives, the problem in this election is obvious: The Republican Candidate lost. The solution will equally obviously involve some way in which the Republican candidate ends up winning. There are […]
Those who don’t learn from history are bound to repeat it. Welcome to politics.