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North Korea and Christians in Politics

crobb Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 5:26 AM
for all men to repent and turn from what dark path we were on and to come to Christ, as a free gift of His love for us. As far as religious liberties, we are all free to pursue a religion that includes God or rejects Him and all of us will stand before God and His perfect judgement and give an account for "EVERYTHING" we have done, Jew, Muslim, Christian, and Atheist alike. Every knee will bow. This country was founded for a people of faith and we stand under God, never above or without him. Separation of church/state was meant to avoid government from imposing tyrannical rule through the church or by government on organized religion. The pilgrims came and established rules for means of self government so they could practice...

When I hear Christians saying we ought not get involved in politics but just “preach the Gospel,” I show them this satellite picture of the Korean peninsula. Here we see a homogenous population of mostly Koreans separated by a well-fortified border. South Korea is full of freedom, food and productivity—it’s one of the most Christianized countries in the world. North Korea is a concentration camp. They have no freedom, no food, and very little Christianity.

What’s the primary reason for the stark difference between these two countries? Politics. The South politically allows freedom, while the North does not.