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Is there a political solution to the abortion issue? (video)

Randy Alcorn answers the question, "Is there a political solution to the abortion issue?" at the 2011 Kingdom Advisors Annual Conference."

Randy Alcorn interviewed at Kingdom Advisors Conference (video)

Randy answers questions on a variety of topics including financial decisions, capitalism, trials, prolife issues, eternity, and more.

Do you oppose abortion because you are a conservative or for political reasons?

I am liberal on some issues and conservative on others, and I don’t care a bit which label falls on me. I am seeking to follow Christ, and it doesn’t matter if I sometimes sound Democratic and other times Republican. As for abortion, I oppose it for one simple reason: that it is the killing of innocent children.

Do you think the willingness of both political parties’ leaders to acknowledge the moral implications and aspects of abortion are an offering of good will and common ground?

To say that the acknowledgement of the moral implications and aspects of abortion are “an offering of good will and common ground” sounds nice, but William Wilberforce and his fellow abolitionists were constantly told this by those who wanted to massage slavery and tweak it here and there and maybe improve the conditions a little on the slave ships.

How much attention should Christians give to politics? (video)

Some believers might wonder how involved they should be in trying to influence moral change in our culture, or how much attention Christians should give to politics. Randy addresses this question in this five and a half minute video.

Political Glimmers of Grace and Truth

Conservatives emphasize truth (morals), liberals emphasize grace (compassion).

First, a Christian (audio)

Randy Alcorn answer the question, "Why is it crucial that we are first Christians, not liberals or conservatives.

Liar, Liar: Seven Degrees On The Downward Staircase Of Honesty

The filthiness of our national politics has brought to my mind a question put to me nearly 20 years ago by one of my teachers. “Don’t you think there is more lying in politics than there used to be?” he asked. “Why do you think that this is happening?”

At the time, young oaf that I was, I thought his question silly. But after thinking lo these 20 years, I would like to try to answer it.

Conservative, Liberal or Christian?

Conservatism is popular among American evangelicals. In the moral realm that encourages me. In the political realm, I have mixed feelings.

Casting Multiple Votes Each Day

This is election season, but so is every season of our lives. Voting isn’t something you do every four years, or twice a year. We cast multiple votes each day.

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