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Good and Bad Ways to Think about Religion and Politics

Good and bad ways to think about religion and politics? Yes! Dr. Robert Benne, Professor of Theological Ethics at the Institute of Lutheran Theology, wrote exactly that title. And here’s a free study guide to go along with it!

Thank you, Lord, for Lutheran writers. Thank you for Lutheran readers who can suggest books I hadn’t heard of! Good and Bad Ways to Think about Religion and Politics may be just what I need! Also, God bless Dr. Pless, who writes some of the best handouts & study guides out there! 🙂

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Justice on Trial

Even if you don’t recognize the name Mollie Hemingway, you’ve likely read or heard her. Proud Lutherans certain share her news clips on Facebook. 🙂 She’s a conservative columnist, political commentator, and a senior editor at The FederalistAnd this Lutheran author has a new book coming out July 9th: Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court, co-written with Carrie Severino.

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