Voting is a good thing to do as a citizen. But it’s good only insofar as the agency used in how one votes does not do any harm.
The world’s definition of compassion is unquestioned affirmation and inoffensiveness. The problem with this sort of thinking is that, at best, it’s sub-Christian, and, at worst, deeply non-Christian. Biblical compassion is the application of Christ-like mercy to individuals who are caught in situations of duress. Rather than celebrate or affirm duress, true compassion and true love rejoice in the truth (1 Cor. 13:6). Perpetuating falsehood under a false rubric of compassion is how the Enemy would have us hate our neighbor.
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Christianity Belongs at the City Gates, Not the Margins American evangelicals find themselves wrestling with two realities: they make up […]