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E Morales

Christians Voting For Liberals

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E Morales

I cannot understand how can christians can sell out for goods. Selling their votes, by voting for the evil doers, non believers into Office. Accepting all kinds of immorality lifestyles instead? End time blind christians, I call them. 

 

Come back to the light side, before it's to late...¬† ¬†ūüĎľ

 

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Faber

 It must be asked if they are really Christians anyway.

 

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Knotical

Any individual who would vote in contradiction with what the bible teaches I would wonder if they were ever a Christian in the first place.  Of course that is ultimately up to God to decide, but true Christians are able to be discerning, and should be in order to identify wolves in sheep clothing.

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Guest Becky

A Christian will not vote for today's liberal.  Anyone can claim the name Christian that does not make anyone a Christian 

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Guest theophilus

Sometimes neither candidate is obedient to the Bible.  In that case a Christian must either vote for someone who holds a nonbiblical position or refrain from voting.  If both candidate are evil shouldn't we support the one who is least evil?

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E Morales
5 minutes ago, theophilus said:

Sometimes neither candidate is obedient to the Bible.  In that case a Christian must either vote for someone who holds a nonbiblical position or refrain from voting.  If both candidate are evil shouldn't we support the one who is least evil?

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Knotical
6 minutes ago, theophilus said:

Sometimes neither candidate is obedient to the Bible.  In that case a Christian must either vote for someone who holds a nonbiblical position or refrain from voting.  If both candidate are evil shouldn't we support the one who is least evil?

Or you could write in a third candidate.  Did that when Romney was running against Obama.  Couldn't bring myself to vote for either of them.  Ended up writing in Ron Paul.  Honestly, if more people did this we could actually make an impact.  Take pairs of people who are dissillusioned by their respective parties, come to together and agree to vote on the same third party, just to send a message to the establishment.

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Guest William

Just curious, which is the lesser evil: Satan, The man of lawlessness, Molech, Legion, or Abaddon?

 

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E Morales
10 minutes ago, William said:

Just curious, which is the lesser evil: Satan, The man of lawlessness, Molech, Legion, or Abaddon?

 

Your vote counts!

 

 

 

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Guest Becky

There is not a person in power that God has not placed there.

 

Rom 13:1  Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God. 
I believe some are put in our faces to bring us to our knees. All are there because of prayer in one way or another a lack of prayer ? 

At my age i remember Christians turning their backs on government because the Rapture was coming soon. God told us to occupy , occupy does not mean set on a log and do nothing. 

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E Morales

Prophecy good and bad things to come, will take place.

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andyindauk

Personally I prefer the state to stay away from religious matters. When I'm looking for a plumber I want to know if he or she knows a u bend from a ball cock, a lawyer to know what the law is and a mechanic to know the workings of the internal combustion engine. Whether they are church attendees is of little relevance.

 

In too many countries the electorate vote along religious, ethnic or tribal lines. What they're saying is, I don't care about your policies but I do / don't like your lineage, the church, temple or mosque you claim to attend. That leads to politicians that believe they can do what they want because they know that come the next they're virtually guaranteed to be back in office. That's why corrupt regimes flourish. 

 

Another example is the comparison between the state education system in the UK and the USA. In the UK the Church runs a large proportion of the state schools, which for a Christian parent in theory sounds great. In the USA as I understand it the church is prevented by law from meddling in education unless you pay for a church based private education. In practice in the UK it's the high church with all the bells and smells that run the Church of England schools. Attendance at these churches are often a prerequisite for entrance and mandatory for the kids on holy days like saints days, harvest festival, Christmas and Easter. High church services for kids of any age is almost inevitable boring and so reinforces their stereotype that all church is boring. Trying to undo that stereotype is a challenge. 

 

For me I prefer the US position on education, keep the state out of it, focus instead on learning and exams.

 

 

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Knotical
5 minutes ago, andyindauk said:

For me I prefer the US position on education, keep the state out of it, focus instead on learning and exams.

Too bad in the US the state is increasingly trying to dictate what is taught in public schools.  This is leading to brain dead, liberal college students who suddenly start protesting things that their professors don't like, and on and on.  We are home schooling our kids, because we can't afford a private Christian education, and absolutely refuse to send our kids to a public school.

 

Homeschooling is growing steadily in the US, to the dismay of the state run education system.  Of course it depends on the state, but many of the more conservative states do not have much in the way of restrictions on home schooling.

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Guest Becky
43 minutes ago, Knotical said:

Homeschooling is growing steadily in the US, to the dismay of the state run education system.  Of course it depends on the state, but many of the more conservative states do not have much in the way of restrictions on home schooling.

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Guest Becky
21 hours ago, theophilus said:

Sometimes neither candidate is obedient to the Bible.  In that case a Christian must either vote for someone who holds a nonbiblical position or refrain from voting.  If both candidate are evil shouldn't we support the one who is least evil?

Which of us is sinless? Sometimes we should consider the 'party' the candidate is connected to.  IMO  casting a vote for someone we know will not win is the same as voting for a democrat. That is my conscience . 

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Guest William
21 hours ago, Becky said:

Which of us is sinless? Sometimes we should consider the 'party' the candidate is connected to.  IMO  casting a vote for someone we know will not win is the same as voting for a democrat. That is my conscience . 

That's a principle I hear people suggesting that I am not convinced exists. I mean I read in Exodus 18:21 "Moreover, look for able men from all the people, men who fear God, who are trustworthy and hate a bribe, and place such men over the people as chiefs of thousands, of hundreds, of fifties, and of tens."

 

What I can't find in Scripture is the principle that says it is okay to ignore such criteria if it means ensuring your party wins. 

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Guest Becky

Never suggested ignoring. Simply stating that IMO not voting or voting third party  is most likely a vote for the democrat butchers. 

 

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Guest theophilus
20 hours ago, William said:

That's a principle I hear people suggesting that I am not convinced exists. I mean I read in Exodus 18:21 "Moreover, look for able men from all the people, men who fear God, who are trustworthy and hate a bribe, and place such men over the people as chiefs of thousands, of hundreds, of fifties, and of tens."

 

What I can't find in Scripture is the principle that says it is okay to ignore such criteria if it means ensuring your party wins. 

Israel was created for the purpose of revealing God and promoting obedience to him.  It could only carry out this purpose if it had godly leaders.  Modern nations are only given the task of suppressing evil.  It is possible for even those who are evil to do this.  The command in Exodus 18:21 is still valid but today it only applies to the church.

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Guest theophilus
19 hours ago, Becky said:

Never suggested ignoring. Simply stating that IMO not voting or voting third party  is most likely a vote for the democrat butchers. 

 

Before the last election I had decided that I couldn't vote for Trump.  But then I happened to read the account of how God chose Jehu to destroy the house of Ahab and how after he had obeyed he continued to worship the golden calves made by Jeroboam.  I realized that in politics God can use even an evil person to combat someone who is even more evil.  Clinton was obviously worse that Trump because of her advocacy of abortion so I voted for Trump.

 

I think President Trump has done some good in his judicial appointments and in his decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel but I disagreed with his policies toward those seeking refuge in this country and I feel he had betrayed our Kurdish allies.  I would not be disappointed if he were impeached and removed from office. 

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E Morales

@theophilus let me guess, you might support one or more of theses, no guns, free college, free health care, Abortions woman choice, LGBTQ marriages, and women pastors?

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12 minutes ago, E Morales said:

@theophilus let me guess, you might support one or more of theses, no guns, free college, free health care, Abortions woman choice, LGBTQ marriages, and women pastors?

I don't support free college but free vocational training which equips students for a job might be a good idea.  I believe healthcare should be affordable for everyone.  I don't support any of the other things on your list.

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Knotical
56 minutes ago, theophilus said:

I would not be disappointed if he were impeached and removed from office

What has he done that you would consider an impeachable offense?

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E Morales

@theophilus Thanks for replying, you also mentioned that Trump, abandon the Kurdish allies. We can’t police the World anymore, how long would you like to keep our Armed Forces in danger, They hate us, but love the dollar.

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Knotical

This may be the Christian in me, but I would not consider any Islamic group an ally.

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E Morales

@Knotical Agree, and these people want nothing to do with Christians or the Jewish people. We need to watch our borders, North, South, East, and West.  

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