|Dr. Rick Elgendy, Associate Professor of Christian Ethics and Public Theology, Wesley Theological Seminary
White Protestants inherit a tradition that divides: body from soul, religion from politics, order from justice, and more. How is Christian faith “political” in ways that we have missed or obscured? How does a more integrated—in every sense—theological imagination reorient us toward the political world? How can we think about policy debates in light of a deeper account of the purpose of our life together?
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