[John H. Redekop]'s Politics Under God deals with the basic issues Christians face when trying to understand their relationship with the state. For Redekop, the political realm was instituted when God "put a mark on Cain so that no one who found him would kill him" (Genesis 4:15). He views the state as a provisional rule for those who rejected God's lordship; it is God's "Plan B." Christians are concerned about good government, but they cannot give their full allegiance to it.
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