Episcopalians differ on Church’s activism and mixing faith and politics
By David Paulsen
Can protest be a righteous expression of one’s faith? On the Christian journey, is there a risk in engaging too deeply with the secular realm? How do we know when it is it appropriate to speak out in the name of Jesus? Diverse congregations across the United States are wrestling with these questions.
Episcopalians, Anglicans have been involved in political actions for decades
By Mary Frances Schjonberg
Over the years, Episcopalians and Anglicans have lived out the Gospel’s call in many ways. They have taken that call to the streets and into the halls of government, some achieving worldwide notoriety while others might be unknown to large parts of the Church. Here are just a few examples.
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