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A dark, cloudy sky looms over the US Capitol building. By gelangelan/stock.adobe.com | politics in church

How the church can weather oncoming political storms

The American flag waves in front of the US Capitol building. By rarrarorro/stock.adobe.com

With a contentious election looming, our lack of trust could be our undoing

Republican presidential candidate and former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley arrives to speak at a campaign event in South Burlington, Vermont, Sunday, March 3, 2024. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)

Nikki Haley will exit Republican presidential race after Super Tuesday results: Politics, AI, and the path to our best future

When politics get extreme, what should Christians do? A conversation with Tim Alberta

In this combination of photos, President Joe Biden speaks on Aug. 10, 2023, in Salt Lake City, left, and former President Donald Trump speaks on June 13, 2023, in Bedminster, N.J. (AP Photo)

A majority of Americans say Biden and Trump are too old to serve second terms

An extended arm drops a ballot into a ballot box in front of an American flag, a symbol of democracy. Why is democracy popular? By andriano_cz/stock.adobe.com

Why is democracy so popular?

FILE - Snow falls at the Iowa State Capitol Building in Des Moines, Iowa, Jan. 9, 2024, as a winter snow storm hits the state. As frigid temperatures scour the Midwest, Monday, Jan. 15, marks the official start to the Republican presidential nominating contest with the Iowa caucus. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)

Whom should voters elect in Iowa? Why did God create such a chaotic, unpredictable world?

David French and Curtis Chang join The Denison Forum Podcast to discuss "The After Party."

An invitation to “The After Party”: Reframing Christian engagement in politics with David French and Curtis Chang

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., speaks during a Republican presidential primary debate hosted by NBC News, Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2023, at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County in Miami. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

Tim Scott drops out of presidential race: How to change the nation without the ballot box

Paul Meacham holds high a sign that reads "Ohio is pro-life" as the crowd prays during the Ohio March for Life rally at the Ohio State House in Columbus, Ohio, Friday, Oct. 6, 2023. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster). Is the pro-life movement losing?

Why the pro-life movement seems to be losing

Issue 1 supporters cheer as they watch election results come in, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2023, in Columbus Ohio. Ohio voters have approved a constitutional amendment that guarantees the right to abortion and other forms of reproductive health care. The outcome of Tuesday’s intense, off-year election was the latest blow for abortion opponents. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

Voters supported abortion in yesterday’s elections: What is the path forward for life?

How does the Bible apply to today’s politics? With Kaitlyn Schiess

A lone hand waves an American flag in front of a clouds at sunset. © By nicoletaionescu/stock.adobe.com. What role does morality play in a democracy?

Does democracy require morality? An excerpt from “Respectfully, I Disagree”

Young person voting US elections, filling out a voter form

How did Gen Z vote in the 2022 midterms?

voter entrance sign 2022 midterms 600

My prediction for the midterms

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

We’re in between eras. How to have a non-anxious presence: A conversation with Mark Sayers

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

Truth over tribe: A conversation with Patrick Miller

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

Can you trust American institutions? A conversation with Curtis Chang

Several people voting at the polls, American flag in the background

How fair are the US elections?

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

How God sees America in 2022

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

Peace in Politics: How to reduce anxiety during the 2022 midterms: A conversation with Josh Miller

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

How to vote for imperfect political parties: A conversation with Jason Yates

November is nigh: 6 significant midterm issues for concerned Christian voters

FILE - A Patagonia store is seen on Jan. 12, 2022, in Pittsburgh. The founder of outdoor gear company Patagonia, long known for environmental activism, said Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022, that the company is transferring all of its voting shares into a trust “dedicated to fighting the environmental crisis and defending nature.” (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)

Why did Patagonia’s founder give away the company?

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