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January 30, 2018

It’s hardly surprising that people are asking this question and that Christians are not always confident in the answer.

Over the years of the 20th century, and particularly in the period following the Second World War, churches and church leaders were increasingly encouraged by society to go back into their buildings and address topics such as faith and prayer, bible reading and personal piety - but they were heavily discouraged from meddling in politics. That movement was actually often echoed by the church itself, as leaders seems to feel that it wasn't a Christian's job to comment on those things - our job was basically to deal with issues of personal spirituality, not issues of national and international significance, particularly not politics and economics.

So those two streams, one outside and one inside the church, coalesced together for a period of church life towards the end of the 20th century that saw an absence in the church of a prophetic voice. If you’re no...

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