Tuesday, May 6, 2008

What Do We The People Do?

When I took my weekly trip to Cleveland this past Monday to host THE PUBLIC SQUARE radio program, I was aware of an issue that had surfaced a few days before in Ohio which, unfortunately, has national implications. On the heels of the resignation of the governor of New York for moral reasons, Ohio's Attorney General, Marc Dann, has admitted to an extra-martial affair. However, the difference in this case is that he refuses to do the honorable thing and resign his position. Even though Ohio's governor and members of Marc Dann's own political party have urged him to step down or face possible impeachment, and even though in campaigning for the office he explicitly invited voters to hold him to a high standard of conduct, Mr. Dann is stubbornly holding on. How should biblical Christians respond to issues such as this? This and many other issues are the things we deal with every day on THE PUBLIC SQUARE for a national audience. You can hear the program on this specific topic online. The complete archive of programs is here.

One thing that makes THE PUBLIC SQUARE so distinctive is not only the content, but also the fact that we usually feature at least 4 to 5 people around the mics representing different perspectives. The diversity, grounded in our common faith and biblical worldview, makes for great conversation and insight. It is a pleasure working with this team.



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