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Wednesday, July 14th, 2021

As a youth, Stephen Russell was politically active in the pro-life movement. As he grew in his understanding of life and Christ, he recognized that speaking to the heart was more effective than changing political policy.
“If I impose a Christian morality on others, I haven’t really helped them move forward in their own lives.”

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Wednesday, October 28th, 2020

At one point Joshua Good was very interested, and willing to be involved, in politics. Today though, he views the Christian’s involvement in politics as contrary to the calling of those who follow Christ. Listen to Joshua share his story of change in this episode.

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Tuesday, October 20th, 2020

In this episode, Kevin Brechbill describes how he views the political polarization that is happening among Anabaptists today. Kevin calls us to build a culture of closely discipling each other into Christ’s Kingdom.

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Thursday, January 16th, 2020

In this impromptu conversation, Matt Landis comments on two events that happened late in 2019. Mark Galli, editor of Christianity Today, called for Donald Trump's removal from office, and several Amish men visited the president at the White House. Matt concludes by saying, "If Jesus is king of the world, no allegiance that belongs to him should by siphoned off to anybody else."

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Wednesday, November 20th, 2019

In this episode, Nathan Zook PhD discusses his view of the Christian's involvement in politics, and how it has changed over the last number of years. In addition to sharing his personal reasons for not being involved in politics, Nathan explains why he believes that his current position is Biblical. He encourages us to maintain a Christlike attitude as we consider political events.

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Wednesday, June 5th, 2019

Was the United States of America really founded as a Christian nation? Were the Founding Fathers truly Christian? In this episode David Bercot explores details from the American Revolution, and considers how the values shown by those involved in the American Revolution relate to the values of the Kingdom of God.
David Bercot earned his doctor of jurisprudence degree from Baylor University School of Law and his Bachelor of Arts degree from Stephen F. Austin State University. He presently operates Scroll Publishing Company for the purpose of publishing resources that concern the pre-nicene Christian church.

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