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Pastor to Taunt IRS Over Free Speech

jchester239 Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 10:52 AM
As a pastor, it is clear to me that these pastors neither preach nor understand the Gospel. If you preach the whole counsel of God verse by verse, you don't have to tell people who to vote for because they will have developed a Christian world view. It is not surprising to me that most of these "pastors" are of the seeker sensitive, video clips and drama instead of preaching variety.
mcook Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 12:28 PM
I agree that is the way it "should be", but have you noticed how stupid people are lately? They might not be listening to the preacher or they may be interpreting what he or she says to their own liking. It might just be time to spell it out for the congregation.
jchester239 Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 7:57 PM
There is no room at all for politics in the pulpit. The stakes (eternal human souls) are too high to waste time endorsing evil men.

How did we get to where we are in our culture and our politics today?  I have wondered this since Obama took office and started exacting his socialist agenda on our great country.  There is plenty of blame to go around—complacency, greed, laziness, apathy.  I submit that churches may not have caused the problems we have today, but certainly could have curtailed the advancement of tyranny.  In my work (my book and The Dr. Gina Show), I have laid out the way that some cowardly pastors have tolerated their flocks’ apathy, greed, complacency and laziness, and that only the...

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