What are the conflicts in Christianity?

Christians have held diverse views towards violence and non-violence through time. Currently and historically there have been four views and practices within Christianity toward violence and war: non-resistance, Christian pacifism, just war, and preventive war (Holy war, e.g., the Crusades).

Which political party believes in Christianity?

There are Christians in both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party, but evangelical Christians tend to support the Republican Party whereas more liberal Christians, Catholics and secular voters tend to support the Democratic Party.

What religions are against politics?

Adherents. In Christianity, some groups like Jehovah’s Witnesses, the Christadelphians, the Amish, the Hutterites, and the Exclusive Brethren reject politics on the grounds: Christ’s statements about His kingdom not belonging to this world means that earthly politics can/should/must be rejected.

What are ethical issues in the Bible?

Some critics have viewed certain biblical teachings to be morally problematic and accused it of advocating for slavery, genocide, supersessionism, the death penalty, violence, patriarchy, sexual intolerance and colonialism.

What are traditional beliefs?

Traditional customs, beliefs, or methods are ones that have existed for a long time without changing.

How did Christianity start in Nigeria?

Christianity came to Nigeria in the 15th century through Augustinian and Capuchin monks from Portugal. The first mission of the Church of England was, though, only established in 1842 in Badagry by Henry Townsend.

What churches are progressive Christianity?

Notable initiatives within the movement for progressive Christianity include the Center for Progressive Christianity (TCPC) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, The Beatitudes Society, the campaigning organization CrossLeft, the technology working group Social Redemption and The Progressive Episcopal Church (TPEC).

What do Christians need to know about politics?

Paranoia and vitriol are hardly attractive accessories for the bride of Christ. Rather than engage in the political process, Christians have a duty to elevate it. Like any other sin, we are called to stand above the partisan dissension and demonstrate a better way. Should we have an opinion? Yes. Should we care about our country? Yes.

What does the Bible say about political issues?

I pray that you find it as eye opening as I did: “This commentary is meant simply to encourage the people of God to view all that happens and every issue in life through totally non-judgmental, non-condemning, non-partisan, and non-political eyes.

Are there any controversial issues in the church?

L ast week I was having a conversation with my good friend Dean about the conflicts and divisions we see in the Church over a variety of issues, all of which are controversial. This is the text of his email responding to me. I pray that you find it as eye opening as I did:

Who are the Christian left and secular right?

There’s a Christian Left and, perhaps even less well-known, there’s a secular Right. Larry T. Decker is a lobbyist and head of the Secular Coalition for America. He’s an “unaffiliated Christian,” but his entire job is devoted to keeping religion out of the U.S. government. Party lines are drawn in chalk, and they’re not hard to cross.