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Unbound: The Election Issue

Elections, Democracy, and the Church in the Public Square Table of Contents Storytelling and Political Leadership, Dr. Eric Mount Hey Christians, Don’t Follow the Noise this Election Time, Dr. David P. Gushee “Be Sober and Watchful”: Activism and Public Discourse, Alexis … Continue reading

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A Presbyterian Affirmation for Election Day

The Voice of a Congregation on Faith & Politics: Nauraushaun Presbyterian Church, Pearl River, NY In the brief statement that follows, a congregation first lifts up key values—not policies or positions—and then calls out divisive rhetoric. They go to scriptural … Continue reading

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Sins Against Democracy

A Special Fall Series for the November 2012 Election Introduction to the Series “Seven Sins Against Democracy—And What’s Faith Got To Do With It” by Rev. Chris Iosso, General Editor of Unbound Naming the Sins “Wrecking the Common Good: Campaign … Continue reading

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Vote Suppression and Its Impact on Unionized workers

  What are the critical threats to the ethical and effective functioning of democracy? In response to that question, the Rev. Dr. Chris Iosso wrote “Seven Sins Against Democracy: And What’s Faith Got To Do With It” and then invited … Continue reading

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