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Christian Activists/Camp Ultimately I think Camp would say that if the church and Christians were doing their jobs and being disciples then politics and political leaders would naturally enforce Christian beliefs. Since this obviously isn't the case, I would think that Camp believes that Christians should use political power to enforce beliefs and practices in American society. When I come to this conclusion, I think about how passionate he was about the issue of war. Camp always talked about how war was wrong on the basis of Jesus teaching to love our enemies. I also think about how much he disagreed with the kingdom of America being put before the kingdom of God. Camp's envisions the church transforming the world just like Jesus did, with love and grace. I feel like all of Camps's points were based off of love and grace. Camp thinks about everything, politics included, biblically. Any issue that arises, he always answers it by using the bible and the teachings of Jesus. Camp believes that the church is more than able to transform the world. He constantly talked about discipleship and if we all were doing our job, as disciples living like Jesus then the world would be transformed. The Christian activists featured in the podcast talked a lot about American history and our founding fathers. I think Camp would like these arguments but I don't think they are arguments he would necessarily use. The Christian activists talked about our Constitution and the first amendment. They referred to these when addressing the issue of separation of church and state. They said that nowhere does the
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  • Fall '16
  • KarenD.Cukrowski

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