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Keep Your Faith Out of the Voting Booth? | Questions You're Asking




The separation of church and state is fundamental to American politics—one of the core principles established when the nation emerged. But (Pastors Keith Simon) and (Patrick Miller) believe that this doesn't mean that we should (or can) keep our faith out the voting booth. To the contrary, Jesus has a politic and Christians must be guided by it. Interested in more content like this? Check out our earlier episodes on (What Are Heaven's Politics?) and (Does Claiming Your Giving on Your Taxes Negate Spiritual Blessings?)  Like this content? Make sure to leave us a rating and share it with others, so others can find it too.  To learn more, visit our (website) and follow us on (Facebook), (Instagram), and (Twitter) @TheCrossingCOMO and @TenMinuteBibleTalks.   Outline 0:15 - (What Are Heaven's Politics?) 1:50 - Should we separate church and state? 3:10 - (JFK and his beliefs): first Catholic running for presidency 4:55 - Frank Bruni on faith 6:50 - (Luke 4.18) 8:20 - (Tim Farron) and his letter of resignation 10:40 - How to get your loyalties right 11:35 - Is it a problem that so many white Evangelicals voted for Trump? 14:40 - Motive matters: (Does Claiming Your Giving on Your Taxes Negate Spiritual Blessings?) 15:35 - What the Right offers Christians: the "leader cult' 18:30 - (Matthew 4.8-9) 19:45 - What the Left offers Christians: (Andrew Sullivan) on "The Great Awokening" 23:55 - (Russell Moore quote) 24:20 - Subscribe. Rate. Share.   Social Facebook: ( Instagram: ( Twitter: (   Passages Luke 4.18: ( Matthew 4.8-9: (   References JFK and his beliefs ("Transcript: JFK's Speech on His Religion" from NPR): ( Frank Bruni on faith ("Your God and My Dignity" by Frank Bruni from New York Times): Your God and My Dignity: ( Tim Farron ("Tim Farron Resigns and Admits It Would be 'Impossible' for Him to to... Support this podcast