Tag: donald trump

The Goal of Conversation: How Shall We Live in 2018?

How can the constantly changing "national conversation" help Christians live more faithfully in 2018?

/ January 1, 2018

5 Thoughts On Evangelicals And The Roy Moore Exit Poll

The outcome of the special election for Alabama's Senate seat has ramifications for Evangelicals. Here are five thoughts along those lines.

/ December 16, 2017

How Romans 1 Rebukes Those Who Excuse Sexual Harassment and Abuse

Scripture rebukes those who would ignore or defend those who prey on women.

/ November 29, 2017

From Culpability to Responsibility

Intro: silent prophets. In seminary I took an Old Testament class where the professor assigned a book by MLK jr. The idea was to see how Biblical Prophecy tended to be more about forth-telling than fore-telling.1  And by anyone’s standards,...

/ June 15, 2017

Why I’m still an Evangelical after the 2016 US Election

It's not because I wanted Trump to win.

/ November 16, 2016

Common Grace, Co-Belligerence, and This Lamentable Election Cycle

Ekemini Uwan approaches next week's election through the lens of the Reformed doctrines of common grace and co-belligerence in order to lead us to hope.

/ November 3, 2016

A Bad Reason to Vote for Trump: Self-Preservation

Voting Christianly is not synonymous with voting to prevent Christian suffering.

/ October 20, 2016

Ted Cruz Won My Respect

By refusing to endorse Donald Trump, Ted Cruz proved that his principles matter more than his political ambitions.

/ July 21, 2016

Don’t Worry About Trump

A lot of Christians are surprised by the success of Donald Trump's campaign. But we shouldn't allow ourselves to succumb to worry.

/ March 29, 2016

Don’t Waste Your Race: Racial Stewardship (2)

Applying racial stewardship to real life.

/ March 23, 2016