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January 19, 2021

 

 

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One nation under God, divided
 

One nation under God, divided

 
Christians in politics discuss the aftermath of one of the darkest days in America’s history.
 
 

 
New congressman — a Christian and former Trump doctor — reflects on U.S. Capitol riot
 

New congressman — a Christian and former Trump doctor — reflects on U.S. Capitol riot

 
A fight or flight kind of thing kicks in, Rep. Ronny Jackson, R-Texas, says of his Jan. 6 experience.
 
Members of House, Senate have ties to Churches of Christ
 

Members of House, Senate have ties to Churches of Christ

 

In a 2019 paper, two researchers identified 31 members of Churches of Christ elected to Congress since 1904: 16 Democrats and 15 Republicans. 

 
Flags, faith and fury
 

Flags, faith and fury

 

Plenty of disturbing scenes characterized the Jan. 6 chaos.

But to many faith leaders, the Christian nationalism on display amid the mob violence that resulted in five deaths was most alarming — and appalling.

Related: Chronicle correspondent recounts the Capitol riot

 
Jesus emphasized peace to those who would follow him
 

Jesus emphasized peace to those who would follow him

 

“Christians, it is time for us to shine! When our world is in turmoil and our country is in chaos, where else can people look to find peace if it isn’t to the followers of Jesus, the prince of peace!” 

 
 

 
Life in the Key of G
 

Life in the Key of G

 
Minister reflects on the life of Gerald Burnett Sr., a man of passion, a man of talent, a man of God.
 
Voices only: Memoji singers
 

Voices only: Memoji singers

 

A little Voices only fun in this feature. This group performs with animated Memoji’s.

 
Voices only: Just As I Am – I Come Broken
 

Voices only: Just As I Am – I Come Broken

 

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Editorial: Christians and conspiracy theories
 

Editorial: Christians and conspiracy theories

 

“Today’s mobs are not found on the streets with sticks and stones; they’re dressed nicely in office cubicles, sitting quietly in church pews and sipping coffee in the comfort of air-conditioned homes.”

 
 
 

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