Samuel Proctor - Sermon Untitled (May 29, 1994)
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- Samuel Proctor - Sermon Untitled (May 29, 1994)
Christians have dual citizenship, on earth and heaven, and, because of this, must learn how to render unto the State what belongs to the State and render unto God what is God's. Thus, as Christians, we must be exemplary citizens, while also pushing the State to look more like the Kingdom of God. One day we may be surprised to see that the two share the same concerns and our rendering is singular. (Abstract created by Duke Divinity School staff.)
Sermon start time: (Part 1) 23:07. Sermon end time: (Part 1) 52:21.
Key quotation: “Christian citizens ought to be exemplary. Render unto Caesar is no light matter. We ought to be teaching other people how to do it right.”
- May 29, 1994
- Proctor, Samuel
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