In our modern era of political and religious polarization, it seems that there are only two questions Christians are willing to ask potential political leaders:
1) "Are you the promised Reagan, or should we look for another?"
2) "Welcome to our church. How would like us to rearrange our theology to fit your politics?"
In Election Sermons, Pastor David Hall destroys the politically correct notions of an extreme separation between church and state, while at the same time maintaining that each institution has its own jurisdiction.
With balance and biblical wisdom, Hall reminds us that the state is the state and the church is the church, yet further reveals that one cannot exist without the other. Or as James H. Thornwell puts it: "Subjects that have no religion are incapable of law... Every State, therefore, must have a religion, or it must cease to be a government of men."
Religion will rule as certainly as politics will, so then the real question should be: "Which religion will dictate our politics? The Christian religion, or one thought up by the minds of men?"
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