Don’t mistake this for a post put up to get attention. No need to ask “what happened”. This is for you if you need it. Nothing else. I’m writing from a Christian perspective. ————————– Our life events are interesting. Some come gradually, over a long period of time. Could be some of these are necessarily […] Read more »
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A lot of my Christian friends, both personal, and on Facebook, seem to really be stressed about their participation in this upcoming election. Here’s some perspective, both scriptural, and from the basis of civic responsibility in a free country. No Need For An Excuse To Vote *You don’t need to invoke God when you tell […] Read more »
OK. We get it! As Christians, we understand that politics is a human endeavor. As Christians, we understand that America’s problems are spiritual at their foundation. We, as Christians understand that prayer is primary in working through the most difficult dilemmas we face as a country. But not without action. What we don’t need is […] Read more »
I recently watched a televised town hall style interview with a panel, made up primarily of ministers from various Christian organizations. Some were pro-gun/self defense. Others were insistent that to own a gun with the intent of using it in self defense was contrary to the intent of the gospel. The views in that respect […] Read more »
I share many of the same values that Christians voting for Ted Cruz have. I share many of the same values that Christians voting for Marco Rubio have. And yeah, I share many of the same values that Christians voting for Donald Trump have. After extended and comprehensive consideration, I voted for my choice about […] Read more »
Facebook is used in the illustration below because the issue at hand is exhibited there most graphically, by more people than anywhere else. Common types of comments from Christians on Facebook: “We have to vote them out of office. “A sin is a sin. It’s my job to just love them.” “We just have to […] Read more »