How do we reconcile our traditional stance on nonresistance with all the unrest, splits, and hatred in our churches today? How can I defend my nonvoting position in the face of the push to get Christians to vote? Can political leaders be Christians? Stephen Russell, Edsel Burdge, and Stephen Scott answer questions related to the legacy and future of conservative Anabaptism. Melvin Lehman moderates.
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CONTRIBUTOR: Edsel Burdge
CONTRIBUTOR: Melvin Lehman
CONTRIBUTOR: Stephen Russell
CONTRIBUTOR: Stephen Scott
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