October 2012 Synchroblog – Politics and Faith … What do you think? Link List

9 Oct

This month we asked bloggers to sound off about what they think about Faith and Politics.  Here’s the list of links:

(if you are a contributor please add this list to the end of your post so that those who read your contribution can easily navigate to the other synchroblog posts)

We The People by Wendy McCaig

Pulpit Freedom, Public Faith by Carol Kuniholm

Plumbers and Politicians by Glenn Hager

Conflating Faith and Politics by Maurice Broaddus

You Cannot Serve Two Masters by Sonja Andrews

Would Jesus Vote by Jeremy Myers

A Kingdom Not Of This World by Jareth Caelum

I am a Christian and I am a Democrat by Liz Dyer

5 ways to make it through the election and still keep your friends by Kathy Escobar

Why There’s No Such Thing As The Christian Vote by Marta Layton

God’s Politics? by Andrew Carmichael

Faith and the Public Square by Leah Sophia


6 Responses to “October 2012 Synchroblog – Politics and Faith … What do you think? Link List”

  1. Sonja October 9, 2012 at 8:43 pm #

    Great posts this month 🙂 I’ve enjoyed all of them.

  2. Marta Layton October 9, 2012 at 11:23 pm #

    Sorry I’m late. Can I be added to the list?

    Name: Marta Layton
    Blog Post: Why There’s No Such Thing as the Christian Vote
    Link: http://fidesquaerens.livejournal.com/128026.html


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