Category Archives: politics

Thoughts on the 2016 Elections

This matter is by the decree of the watchers, and the demand by the word of the holy ones: to the intent that the living may know that the most High ruleth in the kingdom of men, and giveth it … Continue reading

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Evangelicals for Hillary?

In my last post, I made the biblical case against Christians voting for Donald Trump regardless of the fact that he’s the presumptive nominee.  Put another way, there simply is no biblical case for supporting Trump.  I think that was … Continue reading

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The Christian Case Against Donald Trump

This year’s presidential race has been like none other I’ve ever seen.  It’s been unprecedented and unpredictable.  Most of the time, it’s been a sad and depressing spectacle to behold.  Before the Iowa Caucuses, I gave my endorsement to Senator … Continue reading

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Georgia: Religious Liberty Bellwether

Yesterday Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal announced that he is going to veto the [needlessly] controversial legislation, HB757.  The bill was crafted in order to buttress constitutional protections of religious liberty for the citizens of Georgia, especially in the wake of … Continue reading

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Boldness, Not Silence

Last week the U.S. Supreme Court officially profaned the institution of marriage, usurping the rightful authority of the individual States to preserve it by striking down any statutes or amendments which define it correctly. It goes without saying that this … Continue reading

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A Biblical Response to Tuesday’s Election

As the old expression goes, I’m neither a prophet nor the son of a prophet.  Yet the election results we saw on Tuesday from Virginia are pretty much what I predicted would happen.  This isn’t because I have some higher-than-average … Continue reading

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The New Religious Test

I hate to bring up the realm of politics on this blog, but I can’t help but make note of some interesting events which have taken place in Virginia during this campaign season.  Frankly, I can’t remember a time in … Continue reading

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