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A Student’s Guide to Politics

Joshua Wester
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This product is available for pre-order and is due for release on 14 May 2024


Joshua Wester encourages young adults to view politics through the lens of their Christian faith, and to test their beliefs against the Bible.


People say that religion and politics shouldn’t mix, but God has a lot to say about how we live together. Politics touches many things in our lives, and so, as Christians, we should examine our political beliefs in the light of what God says.


Joshua Wester tackles crucial topics that young adults should be thinking about as they think about how they engage with the political process and get involved in conversations about politics. The Bible calls us to be good citizens who love God and love our neighbour – how does that affect how we vote?


An invaluable guide for those seeking to engage with the political process.


Chapter Headings:

  1. What is Politics Anyway?
  2. Why Should Christians Care?
  3. Politics and the Kingdom
  4. Political, Not Partisan
  5. Christians in the Public Square
  6. Straight Lines and Jagged Lines
  7. Legislating Morality
  8. Governing Authorities
  9. Are Politics Bad for the Church?
  10. Politics as Penultimate
  11. Politics as Public Witness
Joshua Wester

About Joshua Wester

Joshua Wester serves as Director of Content and Chair of Research in Christian Ethics for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. He also serves as Lead Pastor of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Greensboro, North Carolina. He and his wife McCaffity have three children.


  • Author: Joshua Wester
  • Release Date: May 2024
  • Pages: 104
  • Format: Pocket paperback
  • Dimensions: 178 x 110
  • ISBN: 9781527110540
  • Imprint: Christian Focus
  • Category: Ministry & Evangelism > Youth Ministry
  • Series: Track


Every young person should read this book. This book handles this delicate and controversial topic with skill and biblical precision.

Daniel Darling, Director, The Land Center for Cultural Engagement, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas; author, ‘The Dignity Revolution’

… a thought–provoking guide rooted in the distinctiveness of the Christian faith and the Kingdom of God that is packed with pastoral wisdom and insight. 

Jason Thacker, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Ethics, Boyce College, Louisville, Kentucky; author, ‘Track: A Student’s Guide to Social Media’
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