Charles Spurgeon is quoted as saying, “Of two evils, choose neither.” That seems to be a growing sentiment among Christians who are feeling that way when it comes to voting and politics. Here is the latest Barna poll on how Christians view voting – or not voting – on specific issues, broken down by whether you are Catholic, Protestant, Evangelical or whatever flavor you happen to be in the body of Christ.
Question: Do you consider yourself among those Christians who are giving up on the political process, or are you more fired up than ever this election season? Do you think there such a thing as “political obedience to God?”
Author Scott Alan Buss is here to share insights from his just-released book titled, Stupid Elephant Tricks: The Other Progressive Party’s War on Christianity. Scott’s first book, “Fire Breathing Christians: The Common Believer’s Call to Reformation, Revival, and Revolution” was launched in 2010, and “Apathetic Christianity: The Zombie Religion of American Churchianity” is just out as well. Check out Scott’s blog here.
- Fat, Apathetic Christianity? (standupforthetruth.com)
- Reformation>Revival>Revolution (1 of 3) (firebreathingchristian.wordpress.com)
- Youth Turned Off by Religion and Politics, Turn Away From Church (christianpost.com)
- Tickle Me Baal (standupforthetruth.com)
- Does the Church need a jolt? (standupforthetruth.com)
- State of the Church: Part II (standupforthetruth.com
- American “churchianity” is drowning in quicksand (standupforthetruth.com)
- Yeah But Did Your Church Do This on Easter? (alittleleaven.com)