By November 5, 2012Where should our focus be in the final hours leading up to the election? Certainly we should be trusting God and seeking his sovereign will for tomorrow’s outcome. |
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Election 2012, Part 7: Responses to 12 More Comments, Including “It’s wrong to vote pragmatically,” “Politics is a waste of time” and “I’ll only vote for a Christian”
By November 1, 2012The good news is that with the election next week, this is my final election blog! I’m relieved to finish, because I’m disillusioned by politics and I feel torn by the ethical dilemmas. |
Election 2012, Part 6: Responses to six comments, including that we should never vote for a candidate who would allow abortion for rape and incest
By October 29, 2012I don’t watch political programs or listen to political radio and rarely read political articles. I do care about helping the poor and needy (including unborn children), and I care about religious liberties. |
Election 2012 Part 5: Is it Wrong to Vote for the Lesser of Evils? Shouldn’t We Instead Vote for a Third Party Candidate?
By October 25, 2012I’ve received many comments from those who believe that we should vote for a third party candidate. |
By October 22, 2012Now I come to the subject of abortion. And while it is not the only issue, it’s vitally important. |
By October 18, 2012So how do I choose between two candidates who in my opinion fall far short? I must consider not simply the candidates’ professed religious beliefs, but their past positions on moral issues, their promises and statements of intentions of what they will do in office. |
By October 15, 2012This blog is about religious liberties. I believe where the next president stands on this issue will profoundly influence the culture in which our children and grandchildren will live. |
By October 10, 2012I have postponed writing about this election because I feel at a loss as to what to say or how best to say it. |
By September 24, 2010I have long been concerned about the tendency for Bible believing Christians to confuse conservativism and speaking “Christian language” with a true relationship and walk with Jesus Christ. |
By November 20, 2009Today marks the public release of the Manhattan Declaration, which Chuck | Colson invited me to sign several weeks ago. After reading it, I gladly agreed to do so.