Uncivil Talk About Uncivil Civics (2 Samuel 3:28-39)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, August 26, 2012
Part of the Life of David series, preached at a Sermon service

What is a person to do when he is faced with two lousy choices in politics? How polite do we need to be with our political opponents? Is there a place for strong language in politics? What about displaying people's dirty laundry? How effective is public opinion in restraining tyrants? How can we take advantage of that? These and other issues are addressed in this encouraging sermon that gives reason to not give up even when change seems frustratingly impossible.

Tags: abortion, blogging, corruption, cowardice, Facebook, frustration, Iron Triangle, lesser of two evils, murder, Penn State, politics, public opinion, referendum, Sandusky, Todd Akin, wimpyness

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