The Latest News, Episodes and More
The Center for Christian Civics produces a range of publications, including a blog, podcast and newsletter. Our most recent content for each publication is below, or you can browse through the (nearly) complete archive of all of our publications.
The Christian Civics Blog
Loving God with all our minds—when what's on our minds is politics.
The Center for Christian Civics began as a blog called The Body Politic. The name changed when we launched the non-profit, but the publication continues to feature writers from across the political spectrum exploring what it looks like to love God with all our mind when what's on our mind is politics.
On the anniversary of the untimely murder of Dr. King, two Christian Civics team members take a look at his approach to one of the biggest political hot potatoes of his time.
For Christians, Lent is typically a season of reflection, repentance and preparation. Pastor Charles Drew shares how we can prepare our hearts for mission and worship during this particular Lent at this particular time in our country's life.
Our two-party, either-or framework has a tendency to infect the way we think about government and civic life, but it doesn't have to. There's room to be different.
The Laws of Nature and Nature’s God are written on all of our hearts. The Declaration of Independence provides a starting point for serious discussion about how to embody those truths.
One question we think Christians in the US should wrestle with in response to this is: If pride is a sin and all glory should go to God, what should we think of aspirations to political greatness? Can this kind of greatness even be truly unifying?
The Christian Civics Podcast
Exploring how the gospel empowers us to think, speak and act differently in the public square.
About the Podcast
The Christian Civics Podcast provides ongoing support and encouragement for Christians who are trying to navigate what it means to carry their faith into the public square during this tumultuous moment in political history.
Episodes generally come out twice a month, and feature class excerpts, commentary on current events and exclusive interviews with people living lives that can help us better understand what it means to be a disciple in a representative democracy. Each episode also includes a brief time of guided prayer for the health of our civic communities, the effect politics is having on our churches, and the spiritual health of the millions of Christians trying to work out how their faith affects their civic obligations.
The Christian Civics Mailing List
Practical tools for living your faith in public.
What does it mean to live out our Christian faith in public? To have conversations with our neighbors about the town we live in or with our friends about the latest political scandal in ways that clearly demonstrate Jesus' character?
If you're interested in finding out, The Christian Civics Mailing List is for you.
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