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Christians & Politics: A Challenge From History – part 2

This was the second part of a two-part S2S Event held on February 13, 2021.

Also, see “Christians & Politics: A Challenge From History – part 1” by Dean Taylor.

“The same theology, given similar circumstances, will very likely, once again create the same result.”

Dean Taylor

Join Dean Taylor as he surveys the landscape of Christian involvement in politics. Dean takes a historical approach to expose the devastating results when Christians get involved in the political arena.

Constantinianism was not only a fourth, twelfth, or sixteenth-century problem for the church. It is still a corrupting influence in the twenty-first century. Dean will challenge you to reconsider how the Church should engage the culture today.

Recommendations of books shared during the presentation:

Though this presentation used a PowerPoint presentation, you will still be able to glean a lot if listening to audio-only.

An interactive question-and-answer period follows.

Dean Taylor is an author of several books, most notably A Change of Allegiance, which chronicles the journey of him and his wife leaving the U.S. Army to become peacemakers. He is a church historian, and presently serves as president of Sattler College. His website Radical Reformation attests to his broad knowledge and experience. Dean and his wife Tania worship with Followers of the Way in Boston, Massachusetts.

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