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Out of this need for unity has come the Irish expression, "You will have to pull with the crew" Or, as another Irish proverb states, "There is not strength without unity" What is true for Irish fishermen is especially true for believers in Jesus Christ.Unity is so important to the success of the cause of Christ that Paul pleaded with the believers in Corinth to eliminate division and to work as one.Why have religion and politics become so antagonistic when they have similar goals?The Hebrew prophets and Jesus clearly modeled engagement with both faith and the public forum.Drawing upon Christianity’s place within the Perennial Tradition, the mission of the Living School is to produce compassionate and powerfully learned individuals who will work for positive change in the world based on awareness of our common union with God and all beings.From Our Daily Bread (ODB) unless otherwise designated (Our Daily Bread Devotionals Copyright by RBC Ministries, Grand Rapids, MI. All rights reserved) Includes selections from F B Meyer's Our Daily Walk (Note: These generally do not duplicate the ODB Links) (Click here for links to additional devotional illustrations from Moody's Today in the Word) 1 CORINTHIANS Along the western coast of Ireland, fishermen use a round bottomed keelless craft known as a currach. Because of its unique construction, it is vulnerable to sharp rocks or floating objects, and it requires the oarsmen to cooperate completely, rowing in perfect unison.
“Separation of church and state” is important to safeguard freedom of religion and ensure that governments are not dominated by a single religion’s interests.To be a faith leader is to connect the inner and outer worlds.In the United States’ not-so-distant-past, Christians were at the forefront of political and justice movements to abolish slavery, support women’s suffrage, protect civil rights, and establish and maintain Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.But that does not mean people of faith should not participate in politics.Today many believe that “inner work” is the purview of spirituality and that we should leave the “outer world” to politicians, scientists, businesses, and workers.