How Augustine’s "The City of God" Encourages Christians to Engage in the Political Process
I graduated from high school in 1991. Thus, I came of age during the Reagan years. One could say I was the generation birthed by the “Moral Majority”, whose parents were Jerry Falwell and Barry Goldwater. Consequently, throughout my adult life I viewed myself as a conservative Evangelical Christian and voted accordingly and faithfully every two years for the party I believed was most inline with conservative Evangelical Christian values—the party of Ronald Reagan—the Republican party. However, recently it appears I am watching the image of myself in the sidemirror of the Republican party becoming smaller and smaller as I am left standing on the side of the road wondering where I go from here.
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