Didn't Jesus say that we can't serve two masters? [See Matt. 6:24]
Didn't Paul warn us not to become entangled with the affairs of this world? [See 2 Tim. 2:4]
What qualifies as an affair of this world more than politics? [Other than war?]
But for many others, they have discovered a new identity as members of a new community which is composed of those who have renounced everything for Christ. They "look for another country that is from above, whose architect and builder is God." [See Hebrews 11:10]
These Christians have a new loyalty to a new "Lord" [Leader, King, President, Ruler, etc.] who has His own Kingdom and His own way.
Our King does indeed have an agenda, a campaign platform if you will, for spreading His Kingdom and transforming the culture.
Our leader was offered the opportunity to change the world through politics and He refused, twice: Once when Satan tempted Him in the wilderness, and again when the people wanted to "make him King by force" [See John 6:15]
My new book, "Jesus Untangled: Crucifying Our Politics To Pledge Allegiance To The Lamb" will explore many more ideas like this. I can't wait to share it with you!
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