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Politics has really mucked up the faith, but it isn’t beyond restoration.

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Let’s problem-solve around our tendency to polarize & draw lines.

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A glass-half-full approach to scuffles over faith & politics.

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Walking the line

by Kristin on November 18, 2008

in Belief, doubt & hope

Photo by Jason Rogers Walking a line is one of the hardest things in life to do. Johnny Cash wrote a song about it then proved just how difficult it was to actually accomplish (if the song is indeed about faithfulness to his first wife, as it seems). There are a variety of lines we […]

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photo by dizznbonn It’s a fairly established fact: politics, religion and sex are The Big Three. They’re the topics we’re not supposed to bring up at big family events or parties—the ones that make people sit up and take notice or squirm (or both). They each carry a lot of weight individually; when they’re combined […]

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OK. Time to put on my Christians Against Christians T-shirt again. (In case you’re wondering, this shirt doesn’t actually exist. Yet.) I really don’t want to blog about politics—it’s not my thing. But one of my things is spreading the word that Not All Christians Are Like That, and these days it’s hard to separate […]

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Last night on “The West Wing” (season six, via DVD), the Republican National Convention was in full tilt, with a clear party nomination for Vinick. The Democrats, on the other hand, were in disarray, with three candidates still battling for a nomination. Today, in real time, Barack Obama, who just announced he’s raised over $32.5 […]

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