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How the Nations Rage

How the Nations Rage Rethinking Faith and Politics in a Divided Age

By Jonathan Leeman
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.2 Stars

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On 12/6 Nick Highland wrote: Author Jonathan Leeman calls Christians to put down extremist titles and perspectives, and focus on our local context more heavily than our national context. What difference can the gospel make in our community? What change can we make, here and now, that reflects the love of Jesus into the lives of ... How the Nations Rage - Review

Nick's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/4 solideogloria wrote: Recent years have shown deep distress and division in the political nature of our relationships – not just outside of the church, but inside the church too. The trend is concerning, not because two people hold different views or those views may or may not be biblical, but because it reveals a heart ... How the Nations Rage ~ A Book Review

solideogloria's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/21 Zach Barnhart wrote: This book comes at a crucial time not only for the broad culture we live in, but for the local church. Arguably more than ever for America, we are seeing how Presidents and parties and politics are affecting the religious psyche of churchgoers, and their feelings about one another as well. This is an ... How the Nations Rage: Book Review

Zach's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/11 Matthew Howden wrote: How the Nations Rage reviewJonathan Leeman in the book "How the Nations Rage" challenges people to rethink politics. Leeman takes the time to define what politics is and what God has called political leaders to do. He also helps us understand what the church is by defining what the church is to ... How the Nations Rage review

Matthew's Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/5 Austin McCann wrote: I’m not drawn to conversations about politics and governmental affairs. I’d also consider myself a passivest when it comes to these matters as well. However, over the past year or so this has somewhat changed with the current political climate in our country. Jonathan Leeman’s book, How the Nations ... Helpful Read

Austin's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/8 Bookwomanjoan wrote: I had difficulty consistently comprehending this book. I began reading with great interest but soon became bogged down. The author's writing style just did not resonate with my logic encrusted brain. I found he was not concise and I sometimes lost track of what he was trying to communicate. For example, ... How the Nations Rage by Jonathan Leeman

Bookwomanjoan's Rating:

3 Stars

On 5/27 steven.dresen wrote: Recent years have demonstrated that there is much confusion and division within the county in general and among evangelicals in particular in regards to how faith and politics interact. In this book Jonathan Leeman, a noted political theologian, provides biblical clarity to the issues at hand. Leeman ... How the Nations Rage

steven.dresen's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/16 Nicole Morgan wrote: How the Nations Rage: Rethinking Faith and Politics in A Divided Age by Jonathan Leeman examines how Christians should engage in the public square in today's extremely divisive political culture.Leeman uses various groups in today's society such as the local church, Bible, and government to talk about ... How the Nations Rage by Jonathan Leeman

Nicole's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/11 Jay Mayo wrote: How the Nations Rage: Rethinking Faith and Politics in a Divided Age by Jonathan Leeman is an intriguing book that invites readers, especially believers in Jesus Christ, to change (or at the very least reconsider) the way they think about the relationship between faith and politics. This is a book that ... Intriguing and Informative!

Jay's Rating:

3 Stars

On 5/1 Michael Taylor wrote: “How The Nations Rage” is a great read by Jonathan Leeman about the relationship between religion (faith) and politics. I have heard politicians and others say that the two must be separate and I find that naïve and impossible to implement. Our values, regardless of belief, do impact our outlook ... How The Nations Rage

Michael's Rating:

5 Stars