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The Political Illusion


Total reliance on government intervention isn't going to help hurting communities.  John Stonestreet challenges us to reconsider our unhealthy dependence on government solutions in the first of a two-part discussion on politics.
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Since Jesus claims every square inch of the universe as His, Christians are responsible to bring God's goodness to the political arena.

We've put together a new study, "The Pursuit of Faith and Civic Responsibility," which examines the role of Christians in helping the work of good government, a government consistent with the teachings of God.

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BreakPoint Radio

Political Timeout
John Stonestreet | November 1, 2012

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Here's a link to Dr. George's "Thoughts on the Upcoming Elections." You might consider printing it out and passing it to your friends and family.

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Previously:

Ideas Matter, a Two-Minute Warning a four part Mini-Series

1. Living in the Information Age - Part 1
2. The Big Questions - Part 2
3. A Thing or Two about Ideas - Part 3
4. Ideas within a Context, part 4


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