1. What is the roundtable?
It’s a blog discussing between four Energion authors and one of our blog reviewers regarding politics, leading up to the U. S. presidential election, November 6, 2012. Each week, I will post a question here on Energion.net. The participants will write their responses and publish them between Monday and Wednesday. They can then interact as they wish.
Everyone is welcome to participate through comments, tweets, or your own blog posts. If you post answers to the questions on your blog, please track back, or provide a link in the comments. I will keep up with linking the main participants, but I won’t be able to keep up with everyone who may post on the roundtable.
2. Who are the participants?
- Bob Cornwall
Bob Cornwall is author of Energion titles Faith in the Public Square, Ultimate Allegiance: The Subversive Nature of the Lord’s Prayer, and Ephesians: A Participatory Study Guide
- Elgin Hushbeck, Jr.
Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. is author of Energion titles Preserving Democracy, Christianity and Secularism, and Evidence for the Bible
- Allan R. Bevere
Allan Bevere is author of Energion titles The Politics of Witness and The Character of Our Discontent, and co-editor of the Areopagus Critical Christian Issues Series
- Arthur Sido
Arthur Sido is a prolific blogger and a participant in our blogger review program.
- Joel Watts
Joel Watts is co-editor of the forthcoming Energion title From Fear to Faith: Essays on Crisis, Transition and Conversion, which is not yet in our catalog.
The participants are balanced between left and right politically and all participants are Christians. It includes Democrats, Republicans, and Independents. It should provide us with a variety of responses to read, examine, and discuss.
Here are links to the questions and answers. This section will be expanded as the roundtable continues.
Question 8 / Question 8 Answers
Finally, I am the one who frames the questions and keeps up with the various answers. I’m Henry Neufeld, owner/editor of Energion Publications.