Where Did the Anabaptist belief come from? What made the Believe the things they Did?
What the Anabaptists believe about the Amendment of Life and Persecution.
To whom does a citizen owe allegiance? How will he display his loyalty? What are the earmarks of those who declare themselves to be seekers of a better country?
So...we say we are citizens of the Heavenly Kingdom. How much should we be involved with the affairs that govern this country? Is it okay to have a favored political candidate? Do we have rights? A look at examples and explicit commands from the Bible to help us live as citizens of a Better World.
In an era of politically active churches and religious organizations, Christians need to ask the question: “Are church and state truly compatible?” There are intrinsic, irreconcilable differences, including its purpose, structure and method of control.
The organized patterns of relationships and interaction in society is what the Bible calls the “world”. Four basic principles will guide us to right thinking and action as we relate to society and politics, and the follower of Christ needs to keep them crystal clear.
Should Christians participate in voting, jury duty, military service or political office? Can a Christian’s primary identity be American? The citizens of the kingdom of heaven come from every nation, and that being the case, how can Christians go to war? These questions and more are answered here.
If you are a “God and country” Christian, this message may seem strange to you. Kai assumes a conflict between God and country, and goes on to speak to what unrivaled loyalty to God’s kingdom can really mean.
Godly living was, at first, the mark of true Christianity. But gradually, doctrinal orthodoxy became so important as to make it seem that God would overlook all kinds of ungodliness, but not incorrect doctrine. A walk through history that shows how Christianity evolved to "doctrianity" instead.
Why do we practice nonresistance and nonconformity? Why not just go with the flow?
I am an ambassador for a nation other than the one governed by the President, a loyal citizen of a far-off country, and take my orders from a Higher King. That is why I don't vote. Can you explain why you don't vote?