The House Reading Group discusses essays and articles that are vocationally relevant to Christians involved in public policy and politics, in the belief that our faith calls to more than just personal piety. Christian people and Christian beliefs are as relevant–and as needed–today as ever before. The House Reading Group is one of a few reading groups affiliated with Faith and Law, an almost 30 year-old association of Christians working on Capitol Hill.
Faith & Law is a volunteer, nonprofit organization that helps congressional staff better understand the implications of the Christian worldview for their calling to the public square, through monthly lectures, bi-monthly reading groups, and the semi-annual “Great Objects Day” conference.
Faith & Law has existed informally since 1983 and was incorporated in 1990. Over the past 27 years, Faith & Law has brought before congressional staff a wide variety of distinguished speakers to address contemporary political and cultural issues.
This blog exists to serve as a catalogue of worthwhile readings on various issues that matter to politically, socially, and culturally engaged followers of Christ.