Human knowledge is limited and human plans are subject to failure. Being willing to learn from history is an act of Christian humility.
The biblical view of human nature is inconsistent with permanently large government.
It's time for Christians to engage in serious moral reasoning instead of a spirit of hype and rebellion.
The question is not: "Which narrative best fits my political needs?" The question is: "What does the Bible say?"
This is not a people's revolution, nor is it an Antifa Mary.
Don't let anyone tell you that the geographical details of the Bible don't matter.
The cares of this world and the deceitfulness of wealth apparently choked out the seed.
We see encapsulated in that one phrase more economic wisdom that the entire economist professional consensus showed after the end of the two great World Wars.
The citizens of the Shining City did as they did during the war – they soldiered on.
The Bible universally advocates a culture of work and production over a culture of violence.
Christians are late to the fight when it comes to dealing with the hireling class of corporate leaders.
"Self-interest and common knowledge of self-interest is essential in implementing the rules that make us social."
"Capernaum wasn't just a fishing village."
The "tribes" of America feel that they will not be treated equally when the other side is in power.
Your responsibility is learning to do well with what little power you already have.