The Liturgy of Politics

by Kaitlin Schiess. InterVarsity Press, September 2020.

This engaging book calls Evangelical Christians to reflect Jesus in political life by wrestling with complex theological convictions and adopting spiritual practices that form positive political action.


history of Evangelical church politics, habits, and practices; quotes, scripture, and modern forces of fear and idolatry; biblical and secular gospels; spiritual practices such as lament, sabbath, hospitality and rhythms; guiding principles for positive political action and imagination

Best For

Evangelical leaders and those seeking to understand the Evangelical Church


purchase as book, ebook, or audiobook

Suggested Uses

  • Help your congregants align their political efforts with their deepest faith convictions by preaching and teaching these spiritual practices.
  • Equip your leadership to be better informed about the gospel and political action by reading as a staff.

About the Contributor

Kate White

Kate is the associate director for resources at the Center for Congregations. She manages educational resources and works to get the best resources into the hands of congregations.

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