America feels more divided now than ever before. In the midst of this climate, Christians have the opportunity to move past rhetoric and bias to a place of faithful engagement with politics and government. What does the Bible have to say about our political interests? How can we learn from history on matters of civic engagement? These books by diverse authors across generations will help you gain understanding and learn how you can be a positive force in public life.

To read more about faithful political engagement and seeking the common good as Christians, read this article by IVP's publisher, Jeff Crosby.

Os Guinness
4715
Christopher J. H. Wright
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Kaitlyn Schiess
4830
Justin Giboney and Michael Wear and Chris Butler
4810
Munther Isaac
3199
D. L. Mayfield
4598
Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove
4593
Mark Charles and Soong-Chan Rah
4525
Jake Meador
4554
David T. Koyzis
5242
Jonathan P. Walton
4558
Os Guinness
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Brandon J. O'Brien
4528
Dominique DuBois Gilliard
4529
Fred Van Geest
5180
Bob Goudzwaard and Craig G. Bartholomew
5151
Ryan Nicholas Danker
5122
Jonathan Leeman
4880
Edited by George Kalantzis and Gregory W. Lee
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Os Guinness
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Edited by Keith L. Johnson and Timothy Larsen
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Jens Zimmermann
3903
Os Guinness
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Richard J. Mouw
3309
Francis J. Beckwith
2814
Michael P. Schutt
2599
Edited by P. C. Kemeny and Clarke E. Cochran and Derek H. Davis and Corwin E. Smidt and Ronald J. Sider and J. Philip Wogaman
2796
Rev. Alexia Salvatierra and Peter Heltzel
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