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By Joseph Losco

This can be a ebook made for a Political technological know-how category (Poly5300). It has 346/512 pages (no intro pages or 'junk pages') you could say many of the booklet is in there and has lots of the very important chapters.

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It's lacking bankruptcy 6, 10, and no matter what is after bankruptcy 15 (except pages 437-452).

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For all the sympathetic officials they have elected into legislative and executive offices, “things are hardly better,” he laments. “Divorces Genteel M asculinity, the Prophetic Posture, and Legislative Politics f 39 are rampant and more and more children are growing up in a home with just one parent. Nearly a million and a half abortions are performed every year. ”43 Because politics has failed to solve the problems that social conservatives care most about—abortion, divorce, poverty, et cetera—Kuo calls for a political fast among Christians.

When they are loyal to the kingdom of God, Boyd explains, Christians take Jesus’ loving sacrifice at Calvary as their model of commitment to their civic brothers and sisters. “The distinct kingdom question,” Boyd explains, “is not, How do you vote? ”38 Ultimately, living according to the kingdom of God calls for actions more than words. ” Rather than talking, voting, or arguing about distinctly kingdom-of-the-world questions, Christians can transcend the kingdom of the world by enacting the kingdom of God.

Rather than talking, voting, or arguing about distinctly kingdom-of-the-world questions, Christians can transcend the kingdom of the world by enacting the kingdom of God. 39 Importantly, Boyd never suggests that Christians give up their political rights in the kingdom of this world; he does not deny that they should vote, write letters, or protest government policies. Instead, he argues fervently and repeatedly that Christians should not mistake their kingdom-of-the-world citizenship for work that advances the kingdom of God.

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