Politics

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Let’s talk about the new USMCA/NAFTA deal Trump made with Canada and Mexico.

I was recently sitting in on a lecture from a local university professor on the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution. Whitworth University’s Dr. Van Inwegen explained that there are stories from history, “that help us understand the world we are in.” One of his stories did just that.  During the French Revolution, after […]

In 1652 John Milton went completely blind. His eyes had been waning, the world fading, for some time. The darkening was complete the same year his first wife and only son died at one year old. He was a published poet, but he had spent his energy in English politics and education since the time […]

I recently returned from vacation where I swore off keeping up with the news in favor of logging lots of swim time with the kids and diving into some fun books. Two of the books were fascinating memoirs, and, though seemingly unrelated, they coalesced in my mind once I tuned in to catch up on […]

Last week I posted an interview with my friend Emily Buchanan of the Susan B. Anthony List, a political organization based in Washington, D.C. We talked about abortion politics and the SBA List’s efforts to end the abortion carnage. I greatly appreciate Emily taking time to talk with CrossPolitic and for her organization’s continued pro-life […]

Recently I sat down with my friend Emily Buchanan to talk about abortion politics and her work as executive vice president of the Susan B. Anthony List, a pro-life organization in Washington, D.C. RB: Hi Emily, thanks for joining us. Can you introduce us to the SBA List? What do you guys do? EB: So […]

Everyone has to have an overarching story. A mythos that holds what they see and hear together. When I lived in California, I did evangelism on Wednesdays. I hoped to do it other days as well, but Wednesdays I did my sermon prep at the neighborhood park. I introduced myself to people and invited folks to […]

After the election on June 8, millions of Britons woke up and scratched their heads. Though it was the third exhausting nationwide vote in three years, with millions of new voters casting their ballots for the first time, the result was…inconclusive. Theresa May endured a stunning, almost regime-ending setback. Or did she? Jeremy Corbyn is […]

During the last election cycle, even up through the first half of election night, every major media outlet predicted a comfortable victory for Hillary Clinton. Here you can see one much-referenced election calculator, timed out like a broken stopwatch, displaying the best prediction the pollsters could give us: 71% chance of a Clinton victory, last […]

Recently I watched a National Geographic documentary with Katie Couric called Gender Revolution. Couric was working on this special program exploring America’s changing view of gender. Couric sat on the front porch of sixteen-year-old Gavin Grimm, a transgender high school student who has been in the national spotlight in recent months. Gavin (a woman trying […]

Many Christians have little to no idea what the Old Testament has to say about the Messiah. According to Jesus Himself, this should not be. Luke 24:27 says, “And beginning with Moses and all the prophets, he interpreted to them in all the Scriptures the things concerning himself.” All the Scriptures point to Jesus, the […]

Coming at you live from New Saint Andrews College, CrossPolitic host a discussion on Church and race with Dr. Voddie Baucham and Pastor Doug Wilson.  This topic gets a lot of attention in our culture and in our churches, but with little substance or progress in the conversations.  Adding to the challenges of this discussion, we […]

The fun part about writing for a Christian blog that’s specifically political in its emphasis is that these days everything is a partisan political issue. Only an American could make a political football out of an issue like the weather. But this is what we have in the issue of anthropogenic global warming (AGW). Many […]

We hope everyone has a Merry Christmas and the party don’t stop.  Jesus the King is born, Jesus the King reigns!  May you find great comfort and joy in this season.  This episode we kick back with some very Christmas spiked eggnog, discuss some news, and most importantly talk Christmas talk.  Glory to the new […]

Most thinking Christians have heard the Romans 13 mantra enough to know they disagree with it. Romans 13 does teach that Christians should obey the civil magistrate, but it does not teach that one should always obey unilaterally. But many Christians who agree with that do not want to be caught planning the next tax […]

President Dr. Ben Merkle (New Saint Andrews) joins CrossPolitic to discuss why the empty promises of higher education are so expensive. We also dive into the recent Town Hall debate with #neithertrumphillary and why Jerry Falwell Jr. triples down on his support for Trump. And the author of Fail U, Charlie Sykes, joins us to […]


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