Thanks to Gabriel Bogdan for sharing this on Facebook. I agree with this perspective.
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You’re welcome, Barbara.
Good video! I thought Todd Friel did a better job being nuanced than MacArthur was in the short clip
Thank you for sharing your thoughts, Pastor Jim.
Christians should be involved no matter what they think on this subject. My pastor is one of the most vocal pastors about Biblical/moral (political?) things from the pulpit. It is one of the reasons I like him so much. He is not afraid to take an easy Biblical position on certain things that most pastors won’t stick their necks out on. I, myself, will be knocking on doors today for a Christian candidate (my pastor’s wife) for a local position. Christians should vote and be involved in the process if they can be.
I hope you have a blessed day!
Wow glad to hear this! I was once a campaign manager for someone running for a local city election so I do think Christians should be involved with issues of justice! So encourage to hear this from you Chris and obviously I see you are willing to take the right position even if its overseas! God bless you!
Thank you, Pastor Jim. As a former campaign manager you know all that goes into a local campaign. I’ve been a canvassing coordinator for a local election so I am also well acquainted with local politics. I had a good time out there today talking to local citizens and asking them to vote for an honest candidate. Imagine how much better our government would be if politicians were honest.
Praise God! That was good. Thank you, Chris!