Politics In Church In 2016
It’s an election year and talk of politics is everywhere. It’s in the air, on the air and in church. According to the Pew Research Center, almost two-thirds of Americans have heard their preacher talk about political issues and, even, candidates. When they do so, they walk a fine legal line, so what are the implications of politics in the pulpit? How has that conversation changed and what’s being said this election year?
Kris Norris - ordained Baptist minister and co- author of Kingdom Politics: In Search of a New Political Imagination for Today's Church
Tim Funk, religion and faith writer at the Charlotte Observer
Dr. Julia M. Robinson, Associate Professor of Religion at UNC Charlotte