The politics of Christianity

Sharolyn Borris doesn’t not particularly feel like starting a Facebook war, yet feels compelled to vent her frustration over a quote in this morning’s newspaper directly linking Christians to The Tea Party.  Because if you’re one, you must be the other.  UGH!

5 thoughts on “The politics of Christianity

  1. Sharolyn Post author

    Ah, thank you. I knew I came to the right place. I will spend the rest of my life learning to understand both, and yet I already know that I am only one of these things.

  2. Gretchen

    I agree with your frustration Sharolyn. I dislike “Christian” politicians or when popular Christian leaders make ridiculously bigoted or hurtful statements in the media giving everyone else who proudly wears the title a bad name.
    It’s a good reminder that I need to check myself to not unjustly label others, or decide what they believe before really knowing the individual.

  3. brandon andress

    sharolyn… i couldn’t find an email address for any of you on here. I just want to pass along for your information that I am offering the first 5 Chapters of my new book UNEARTHED: How Discovering the Kingdom of God Will Transform the Church and Change the World for FREE at http://www.theunearthedproject.com. I would love it if you guys would check it out. peace…Brandon Andress

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