We continue the series, The Church and Politics. Last week, we looked at the imperatives of our earthly citizenship as Christians. To read past episodes of The Church and Politics go to www.myilluminare.com/the-church-and-politics/
Last week we delved into an analysis of our heavenly citizenship. To read up on that please go to www.myilluminare.com/the-church-and-politics/ Today we want to look at the issue of earthly citizenship – what it entails, what is involved.
Last week we began the series, The Church and Politics by laying the foundation for the discourse. We came to the conclusion the Church is a political organ and Jesus is a political figure. You can read more at www.myilluminare.com/the-church-and-politics/ This week we begin exploration of the concept of citizenship.
Part 1: The Political Nature of the Church I’ll like to welcome you to Illuminare this year. It’s the political season and since Illuminare deals with contemporary issues in Christianity, it’s only fit and proper we address the “political question”.