General Christian

  1. General Christian
This is a difficult season as we live with a global pandemic, painful racial tensions, an intense divide in politics, economic instability, people of color suffering disproportionately, and natural catastrophes. We’re overwhelmed by uncertainty, stress, disappointment, conflicts, isolation, fatigue, pain, loss, sickness, and fear. As we face these difficulties, I’m reminded of Lamentations 3:21–24:
  1. General Christian
Editor’s Note: This essay is taken from Keeping the Faith: Reflections on Politics and Christianity in the Era of Trump and Beyond. Each week between now and Election Day 2020, we will be sharing new excerpts from this anthology of dissent.  81% of White Evangelicals voted for Donald Trump to Make America Great Again. But it was […]

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