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The Christian Voice in the Civil Realm

In “The Christian Voice in the Civil Realm,” Gifford Grobien notes that the contemporary American, liberal political system differs greatly from Luther’s context. Understanding the unique factors of political liberalism and their relation to religious expression helps one to understand the role of the church in this context.  Grobien addresses the issue of how the church is to speak clearly and act faithfully, whether or not these words and actions garner sympathy from the political community.

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