All Christians say they believe Jesus is Lord, but how many of them actually live it? Does being a Christian involve more than simply going to church once a week?
In Questioning Politics, David Hall answers these and many more important questions. Basing his study on five essential questions, he challenges Christians to think hard, pray often, and act deliberately in their pursuit of Gospel truth. Christians have long needed a short but thorough theology of civil politics, and with this book, Hall provides one. It is basic enough to introduce the topic, long enough to answer many questions, yet not so exhaustive as to claim to answer them all.
The Creator of the State knows best how it works and its limitations and the Bible is the source and substance of what He wants us to know and how He expects us to respond. William Bennett summarizes the situation well: "If there is no ultimate truth to guide and direct political activity, then ideas and convictions can easily be manipulated for reasons of power. As history demonstrates, a democracy without values turns into open or thinly disguised totalitarianism."
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