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Such is the turbulence of human passions in party disputes, when victory more than truth is contended for, that the post of honor is a private station.

    Author: George Washington

To let politics become a cesspool, and then avoid it because it is a cesspool, is a double crime.
- Howard Crosby

    Author: Assorted Authors

A conservative believes nothing should be done for the first time.

    Author: Thomas Fuller

The Christian religion begins in a New Birth in the power of the Spirit. It is developed under His guidance, and sustained by His presence; but ignoring the Spirit, it becomes a matter of education and evolution.

    Author: Samuel Chadwick

Some of you may remember that in my early days, I was sort of a bleeding heart liberal. Then I became a man and put away childish ways.

    Author: Ronald Reagan

Many Christians have been duped into accepting a false idea: that there is a "neutral" position they can take in regard to social issues. Some Christians even accept the myth that the U.S. Constitution declares that there should be a separation of church and state, and, thus, they don't want their Christian beliefs to influence politics.

    Author: Ken Ham

We're a nation of laws, but the good thing about America, is that laws reside in the people and people can change the laws.

    Author: Rick Warren

The idea that religion and politics don't mix was invented by the Devil to keep Christians from running their own country.

    Author: Jerry Falwell

I'm thankful that I came of age politically in the era of Ronald Reagan, in high school and in college. He is my inspiration. His vision of America and of the exceptional-ism of our country. I think about him every day. I think about what that Great Communicator has left our country and the rest of the world.

    Author: Sarah Palin

At a time when our country is waging two wars, approval ratings for Congress are at historic lows, unemployment is at a 70-year high and financial institutions have collapsed around us, I can't imagine anyone seriously opposing a National Day of Prayer.

    Author: Franklin Graham

I see the confusion of politics and religion as one of the greatest barriers to grace. C. S. Lewis observed that almost all crimes of Christian history have come about when religion is confused with politics. Politics, which always runs by the rules of ungrace, allures us to trade away grace for power, a temptation the church has often been unable to resist.

    Author: Philip Yancey
    Source: What's So Amazing About Grace?

Politics draws lines between people; in contrast, Jesus' love cuts across those lines and dispenses grace. That does not mean, of course, that Christians should not involve themselves in politics. It simply means that as we do so we must not let the rules of power displace the command to love.

    Author: Philip Yancey
    Source: What's So Amazing About Grace?

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