Why Should Christians Care to Vote?
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics
One way we answer the call to serve our communities is by voting. When we cast our vote, we contribute to the people and policies that will shape our communities and their ability to flourish or wither.
Principles for Voting
R.C. Sproul, Ligonier Ministries
As a Christian you have obligations opposed upon your conscience that in some sense other people don’t have, although they should have. And the first thing is this: You have to understand what a vote is.
Why Politicians Are Encouraged to ‘Flip Flop’
James R. Rogers, The Gospel Coalition
Ideological purity may be emotionally satisfying, but it typically doesn’t win a lot of elections.
Changing Catholic Attitudes about Cremation
Jim Graves, Catholic World Report
Since the ban on cremations was lifted in the 1960s, the practice has been on the rise among Catholics.