Who is wise and understanding among you? Let them show it by their good life, by deeds done in the humility that comes from wisdom.
– James 3:13
A brief article succinctly outlining why a pursuit of humility can transform political conversations and research that points the way.
Dr. David Bobb traces the “crooked line” that is the history of humility in political thought.
The authors of this book represent the AND Campaign, which exists to educate and organize Christians for faithful civic and cultural engagement. They insist that not only are we called to love our neighbors through the political process but also that doing so requires us to transcend the binary way the debates are usually framed.
According to Eugene Cho, Christians should never profess blind loyalty to a party. Any party. But they should engage with politics, because politics inform policies which impact people.
The Other Benedict Option: Humility.
Steve Pardue highlights the relevancy and insightfulness that a sixth-century monk can teach all of us about public engagement
Humility Can Help the Angry Voter. Why does politics seem to incite such anger? Why do political discussions so quickly degenerate to shouting matches or worse?
This volume asks how religious convictions inform citizens' engagement in American democratic life, particularly across deep political divides.
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