The following is from Luther’s “Preface to the Book of Romans,” to which John Wesley was listening at a meeting on Aldersgate Street when he found his heart “strangely warme…
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Today I had the privilege of speaking to Benjamin Knoll‘s “Introduction to Politics” class at Centre College, a liberal arts college in Danville, Kentucky where I am lecturing tonight. Knoll has a very engaged group of students. They came to class ready to talk about religion and the 2016 Presidential election.
Here were some of the questions that I fielded from the students:
Q: Why do you think the Christian Right does not focus much on the environment, social justice, war, and other “life” issues that extend beyond abortion.
Q: Why do so many evangelicals try to bring their faith to bear on politics? Why can’t their religious faith just be a private matter?
Q: Why do Catholic political candidates still face difficulty getting elected in the United States and especially the South?
Q: Does evangelical fear of newcomers such as Muslims represent something new in American history?
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