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Compassion and Conviction (Book Review)

By: Kwabene Kalumbula If asked to select a book most appropriate for the politically- and socially-conscious American Christian in 2020, Justin Giboney, Michael Wear, and Chris Butler’s Compassion (&) Conviction would easily be my choice. It is premised on the idea that Christians should engage in politics but that our current political climate presses believers

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