An online publication written by and for millennials exploring the intersection of faith and politics.
An Initiative of the center for public justice
Social change should not be seen as a trickle-down effect from the church, but a comprehensive change effected by God through his common grace as well as his special grace.
In the case of society's most vulnerable, government must play a role to ensure that access to civil legal representation is available to low and moderate-income individuals.
While our churches are often well-versed in our role as “the hands and feet” ministry to the poor, our call to distinctive Christian citizenship requires that we love our neighbors by looking to the well-being of our political communities.
Simply calling for people to be more civil is not going to heal the deep racial wounds born by our country, nor is it going to smooth over fundamental disagreements about what it means to be human.