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God Is Not a Republican: Please Stop Dragging Him Into Your Party

Daniel Korie

This book explores the intersections of partisan politics and Christianity in contemporary society. It examines how biblical values, such as equitable justice, honesty, love of other people, and help to the poor, have been compromised for partisan politics, which presents an unprecedented danger to the integrity of the Christian faith. The book presents compelling biblical teachings that contradict the misinformation promoted by some evangelical preachers to give the impression that the Republican Party's political agendas represent God's values. To demystify such misconceptions and present clarifications concerning significant political and social issues, the book draws parallel comparisons of the practices and policies of the Republican Party and Democratic Party and contrasts them with biblical teachings.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Resource Publications (CA)
  • Publish Date: Apr 9th, 2024
  • Pages: 288
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.60in - 0.85lb
  • EAN: 9798385214051
  • Categories: Religion, Politics & StateChristian Living - Social Issues

About the Author

Korie, Daniel: - Daniel Korie is an instructor of psychology at Pellissippi State Community College, Tennessee. He has taught various social science courses, such as sociology and family studies, at several institutions, including Texas Christian University. Korie has assimilated the profundity of acquired knowledge in his professorship over the years and as an ordained minister and presents them in this book to enable readers to view polarizing political issues in our country from biblical perspectives.

Praise for this book

"Based on an in-depth biblical analysis, Daniel Korie passionately challenges the authenticity and validity of the symbiotic relationship between the Republican Party and conservative Christian evangelical churches. As an erudite sociologist, he expertly weaves social, political, economic, and religious components into his deconstruction of the systemic ties between Republicans and evangelical leaders and churches. Korie's arguments dare to confront established viewpoints and provide a compelling reframing of the issues."

--Keith Whitworth, instructor, Texas Christian University