Thursday, October 18, 2012

Noteworthy News: "Politics Divide, the Gospel Unites"

Paul and Barnabas of the New Testament, although friends, disagreed and parted ways (Acts 15:39)

Courtesy of intervarsity.org

What do we make of this as Christians, as politically involved citizens, and as readers?  How does this apply to our current election and political process?

The following article was sent to my inbox the other day from Intervarsity Christian Fellowship's Alumni Newsletter.  I think it has a few grounded points regarding how we are to handle politics in a world that jumps quickly to disagreement and pointing fingers.

Read the article here: "Politics Divide, The Gospel Unites"

What do you think?  Should our political views hold enough weight to destroy relationships?  What is most important?

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