eBook Now Available to Download

At these retailers

The Politics of Loving God: Courageous Truths for Contentious Times

by David Fowler

A family advocate and devout Christian, author David Fowler speaks with the voice of compassion as he outlines in terms of the two great commandments of Scripture how Christians should respond to the controversies of the day. As a former politician, practicing lawyer and policy analyst, he is in a unique position to offer insights on the politics of loving God and neighbor in a post-modern culture.

As Fowler points out, contrary to popular opinion, biblical love requires more than the live-and-let-live philosophy of today. And he beckons Christians to reckon love for God and neighbor as the basis upon which God once again makes America a beacon of light to others.

The Politics of Loving God: Courageous Truths for Contentious Times speaks the truth in love to a nation that needs it.

Get your copy today!

At these retailers

About the Author

David Fowler, a native of Chattanooga, Tennessee, graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a degree in accounting. He earned his law degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law and clerked in the Ohio Court of Appeals.

Fowler practiced law for 20 years during which he time he also taught introductory political philosophy at Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee, and served for 12 years in the Tennessee state senate.

After leaving office, he worked with leaders from across the state to form the Family Action Council of Tennessee, a pro-family advocacy group of which he is currently president.

He is married and he and his wife have one adult daughter. He currently resides in the greater Nashville area.

A Note From the Author

Having spent my life in evangelical churches, twenty plus years in the practice of law, and twelve years as a state senator, I had to work out my salvation, so to speak, in the crucible of real-world politics, not a pulpit or ivory tower.
My experience was that neither the institutional church nor law school was helpful to me in that particular regard. The Politics of Loving God is the result of that “working out” process.
What I came to understand was this: If my politics did not flow out of my love for God, from which love for my neighbor had to flow, then my politics was neither Christian nor biblical.
That is why I entitled the book The Politics of Loving God. I hope you find it helpful.