All Resources on Government
Pastor John explains Romans 13 and its implications.
John Piper: "Government, in keeping a cap on the evil of the world and restraining evil and bringing some kind of order, is a great gift in a world of falseness."
John Piper says it's not impossible to vote for someone who has policies you disagree with.
Beware of rendering too much to Caesar the way Pilate did (John 19:12). And when you render to Caesar do it only “for the Lord’s sake.”
Being a “one issue voter” does not mean that only one issue matters. It means that some issues matter enough to disqualify a person from public office.
How should our thoughts on voting be affected by the age to come?
Listen to John Piper articulate ways that Christians can act and pray in ways that benefit our government.
We're not approaching a true understanding of the kingdom of God in this world if that means using more of the sword to authorize kingdom values.
The only person who does justice to the sovereignty of God is the person who sings about it.
We must honor God above the state. But if the state does not require us to disobey Jesus then we should be subject for the Lord's sake.
Our calling in this world is not to wait for the arrival of the perfect, but to pick our way through the thicket of flaws.
The stakes of a president's moral life are high for the whole nation.