By Jonny Rashid. Lays out the political demands of following Jesus and offers strategies for how to engage politics practically and prophetically—even if it means taking a side. Rejects the “third way” approach that many Christians have proposed in pursuit of moderation, harmony, and unity to address the divisions in the world. Argues that if Christians are more concerned with divisiveness than with faithfulness, they have failed to grasp the gospel’s political demands and that they need to stand firmly for truth, peace, and justice. Read more.