PART 1: U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black holds a Bible study with senators and their staff every week, always pointing to Jesus and never taking a side politically. Hear his conversation with Charles Morris on how God reigns on high as a contentious election takes place.
PART 2: Tension and fear. The United States is voting on their next president today, and many say this is the most important election in their lifetimes. But what does that really mean? Dr. Os Guinness explains.
PART 3: Just outside of Washington D.C., John Yates pastored the same church George Washington attended centuries ago. On today’s program, the retired pastor explains how his politically diverse congregation became united through their shared faith in Christ.
PART 4: As a tight US presidential race comes to a close, many are faced with feelings of hope and despair. On today’s program, Old Testament scholar and theologian Tremper Longman reminds us that nothing—not even politics—can separate us from the love of Christ.
PART 5: What’s the difference between a western Christian and a functional atheist? Not much, says Os Guinness, especially near the end of a tense election. Remember, our hope is found in Christ, not politics.
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