Flourish: Concepts, Commands, and Conversations for Common-Good Faith and Politics in the Church
Jonathan M Romig D.Min.
The author hypothesized that the direct teaching and discussion of the biblical concepts and commands of human flourishing and the common good would give Cornerstone Congregational Church in Westford, MA a theological framework for engaging civilly in faith and politics. To test this hypothesis, the author taught a non-partisan ten-week sermon series on religion and politics and led an accompanying class discussion. Research study participants completed a pre-and-post survey to gauge effectiveness. The author concluded that all participants developed more of a theological framework for engaging in politics, some more than others. The author recommends pastors and churches engage in political discipleship.
Degree Granting Institution
Doctor of Ministry
Ministry In a New England Context
Type of Work
Jason McConnell D.Min.
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